system-information approach, discrete probabilistic information, uncertainty, Planck units


The subject matter of research in the article is a system-information approach to the uncertainty of the parameters of processes and systems of the technosphere as one of the scientific directions of using information theory in metrology and other scientific areas. The system-information approach is based on the definition of the term "information" of the properties of the system, its content and meaning. The solution of the basic problem in metrology, obtaining "information" of the quantitative characteristics of the true value of the properties of objects and phenomena that reveal the regularities of the environment, is a complex scientific problem. The instrument for obtaining information about the properties of the system is the measurement process. One of the directions in the development of measurement theory is the concept of uncertainty. The goal of the work is to research of non-traditional solutions to problems of technical-cybernetic systems based on the system-information approach to the uncertainty of the parameters of processes and systems. The article solves the following tasks: to analyze the assessment of the parameters of technological processes and systems based on the system-information approach; to develop system-information methods and algorithms for the effective use of discrete-probabilistic information in technical-cybernetic systems; to develop principles and approaches for using the system-information assessment of the uncertainty of the Planck units, use of system-information modeling in various scientific directions. The following methods are used: system-information approach to processes and systems, methodology of system-information modeling of the measured value; system information methodology for the assessment of the measured quantity and uncertainty. The following results were obtained: developed a system-information methodology for assessing the nominal parameter has been developed, which provides indirect control over the independent parameters associated with it; systemic and information methods for the effective use of discrete-probabilistic information in technical and cybernetic systems have been developed; a system-information methodology for calculating the energy equivalent of product performance indicators has been developed; the principle of calculating the efficiency of manufacturing a product based on the energy equivalent of Planck units is formulated. Conclusions: The solution of the set tasks on the basis of the system-information approach to the uncertainty of the parameters of processes and systems makes it possible, from the system-information point of view, to study the regularities of the stages of the life cycle of technical-cybernetic systems and conservation laws.

Author Biography

Sergey Lutskyy, Kharkіv National University of Radio Electronics

PhD (Engineering Sciences), Senior Lecturer of the Department of Metrology and Technical Expertise


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