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    Security Aspects of Information Structures in the Information Warfare Context
    In the modern sense, the concept of information warfare includes the use and management of information and communication technologies to achieve a competitive advantage compared to the opponent. An information warfare is a manipulation with information that trusts a goal without an objective understanding, so that the goal is to take decisions against its own interests in the interests of the opponents. Information structures are considered as systems that produce and process various types of information, provide the storage of information and access to users. Such information structures may include neural networks, adaptive learning systems, etc. They must be prepared to train, respond to threats and ensure the safety of their existence, which is very topical during modern information warfare. This analytical article will cover more theoretical aspects related to the security of information systems from the system theory point of view. Knowledge base of the information structure can be a neural network, in which training should be provided from external threats.The author considers artificial neural networks as one of the potential threats in the context of information warfare.
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    APPROACHES AND SOLUTIONS FOR SIGN LANGUAGE RECOGNITION PROBLEM
    The goal of the paper is reviewing several aspects of Sign Language Recognition problems focusing on Artificial Neural Network approach. The lack of automated Latvian Sign Language has identified and proposals of how to develop such a system have made. Tha authors use analytical, statistical methods as well as practical experiments with neural network software. The main results of the paper are description of main Sign Language Recognition problem solving methods with Artificial Neural Networks and directions of future work based on authors’ previous expertise.
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    LATVIAN SIGN LANGUAGE RECOGNITION CLASSIFICATION POSSIBILITIES
    There is a lack of automated sign language recognition system in Latvia while many other countries have been already equipped with such a system. Latvian deaf society requires support of such a system which would allow people with special needs to enhance their communication in governmental and public places. The aim of this paper is to recognize Latvian sign language alphabet using classification approach with artificial neural networks, which is a first step in developing integral system of Latvian Sign Language recognition. Communication in our daily life is generally vocal, but body language has its own significance. It has many areas of application like sign languages are used for various purposes and in case of people who are deaf and dumb, sign language plays an important role. Gestures are the very first form of communication. The paper presents Sign Language Recognition possibilities with centre of gravity method. So this area influenced us very much to carry on the further work related to hand gesture classification and sign’s clustering.
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    Ensuring the security of information structures in today's environment
    In the modern sense, the concept of information warfare includes the use and management of information and communication technologies to achieve a competitive advantage compared to the opponent. An information warfare is a manipulation with information that trusts a goal without an objective understanding, so that the goal is to take decisions against its own interests in the interests of the opponents. Information structures are considered as systems that produce and process various types of information, provide the storage of information and access to users. Such information structures may include neural networks, adaptive learning systems, etc. This analytical article will cover more theoretical aspects related to the security of information systems from the system theory point of view. The author considers artificial neural networks as one of the potential threats in the context of information warfare.
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