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Scientific Object Identifier: http://soi.org/1.1/TAS0712332
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.15863/TAS.2023.07.123.32
Language: Russian
Citation: Zhanatauov, S. U. (2023). Cognitive model: the reshredderization of Europe. ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science, 07 (123), 261278. Soi: http://soi.org/1.1/TAS0712332 Doi: https://dx.doi.org/10.15863/TAS.2023.07.123.32 
Pages: 261278
Published: 30.07.2023
Abstract: The article develops a model of the phenomenon: European purchases of Russian oil and gas, opinions about the benefits of which contradict opinions about the dangers of such supplies for Europe. A cognitive model of cognition has been developed for the wellknown general model of a political phenomenon: the repeated "schroederization" of Europe. The model abstracts 3 real situations: a cold winter, a reduction in LNG supplies, a jump in energy prices, and 6 factors influencing them. New model meanings of all yfactors are obtained, in which the weights of zfactors reflect their relative strengths of influence on the yfactor (Table 1). The factor z2 (its meaning(z2)="protracted armed conflict in Ukraine" negatively affects the yfactor y1 (meaning(y1)="cold winter") with the force c221=(0.04232)2, the yfactor y2 new_mean(y2) ="reduction in LNG supplies..."  with a huge force c222=0.70732, by the yfactor y3 new_mean(y3)="jump in energy prices"  with a force c223=0.07512. Every multimeaning equation is constructed from a multidimensional mathematical model, where numerical parameters, variables, and connection functions have already been introduced that correspond to the real properties of real multidimensional objects of different types. The type of objects, their properties is reflected in the meanings of the properties of objects. The sums of meanings of properties (zvariables) of an object can form a new meaning (yvariable) or not. In a multidimensional mathematical model, variables are divided into 2 types: zvariables with known namesmeanings meaning(z1), …, meaning(zn) and yvariables with unknown namessenses meaning(y1), …, meaning(y?), where l
Key words: multisense equation with known and unknown semantic variables, Cognitive Model of Europe's ReSchroderization.
