THE MULTIFACTOR MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR CONSTRUCTING A MULTITUDE OF CONSISTENT EDUCATIONAL PATHS FOR TRAINING FULL STACK SPECIALISTS

Authors

  • Vyacheslav Kozlov Samara State Technical University
  • Alexander Guryanov Samara State Technical University
  • Elena Alonceva Samara State Technical University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17770/sie2020vol4.5100

Keywords:

educational program, full stack specialist, information technology, minimum viable product, multifactor mathematical model, startup

Abstract

The modern labor market, especially in the field of information technology startups, requires the training of a sufficiently large number of specialists with competencies in creating the minimum viable product (MVP). The educational organization should be able to quickly form the trajectory of specialist training based on the challenges of the labor market, taking into account the dynamics of its change, while maintaining the integrity and consistency of the educational program. The mathematical model of the formation of an educational program is proposed taking into account a large number of variable parameters, which allows one to construct many possible training paths for specialists and select the optimal ones according to the criteria of cost, efficiency or laboriousness.

Author Biographies

  • Vyacheslav Kozlov, Samara State Technical University
    Information and Educational Systems and Technologies Department,Associate Professor.PhD in Engineering Sciences
  • Alexander Guryanov, Samara State Technical University
    Department of Physics, Geology and Physics of Oil and Gas ProductionAssociate Professor,PhD in Physical and Mathematical Sciences
  • Elena Alonceva, Samara State Technical University
    Department of Economics,Associate Professor,PhD in Economic Sciences

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Published

2020-05-20