Recent Publications

from 1979

·        Bakman Y. “A Dual Method for Convex Programming with Linear Constraints” (Russian). In: Teorija Optimalnih Reshenij (Optimal Decisions Theory). The Glushkov Cybernetics Institute of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kiev, pp.97-103, 1979.

·        Bakman Y. “A Dual Method in Quadratic Programming” (Russian). In: Matematicheskie Metody v Kibernetike (Mathematical Methods in Cybernetics). The Glushkov Cybernetics Institute of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kiev, pp.77-86, 1980.

·        Bakman Y. “A Dual Simplex-type Method for Convex Programming and its Decomposition” (Russian). Journal Vichislitelnaja Matematika i Matematicheskaja Fizika (Deposited by “Journal of Numerical Mathematics and Mathematical Physics”). -13 p, 1981.

·        Bakman Y. “A Dual Method for Quadratic Programming” (Russian). Algoritmi i Programmi (Algorithms and Programs),  57 (6), 1983.

·        Bakman Y. “The Results of Numerical Comparison of Two Methods for Quadratic Programming“ (Russian). Kibernetika (Cybernetics), 5, pp.125-126, 1984.

·        Bakman Y., Penkov A. “On Advantages of the Algorithmic Notation” (Russian). Informatika i Obrazovanije (Computer Science and Education), 2, pp.116-118, 1989.

·        Y. Bakman, I. Dremova. “Introduction to micro-Prolog” (Russian). Informatika i Obrazovanije (Computer Science and Education), no. 5-6, 1991.

·        Y. Bakman, L. Vivalnuk, A. Sokolenko. Optimization Problems (Ukrainian).    Radjanska Shkola, Kiev, 1991.

·        Y. Bakman (2007). “Robust understanding of Word Problems with Extraneous Information.”

·        Y. Bakman, B. Pogorelsky, (2007). “The Notion of Time in Special Relativity”   (for Russian version click here)

· Y. Bakman, (2007). “Why the Standard Data Processing should be changed”

·        Y. Bakman, (2008). Confidence interval for maximum position of a function estimated from observed values. (submitted to International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems).

·    Y. Bakman, (2008). Physical interpretation of general relativity (submitted to Foundations of Physics).

           ·        Y. Bakman, (2012). “Unfair items detection in educational measurement"
           ·       Y. Bakman, (2015).  Occam's razor vs. magnetic field

           ·   Y. Bakman, (2017). Interrelations between electrodynamics and gravitation

           ·   Y. Bakman, (2018). What makes a photon move? A paradigm shift in physics

           ·   Y. Bakman, (2018). An overlooked phenomenon in the mass-velocity variation
 (Submitted to arXiv) 

           ·   Y. Bakman, (2018). Dependence of the weight of a permanent magnet on its
Experimental study.
 (submitted to Physics Review Letters).

Conference reports


·        Y. Bakman and V. Staroselky. “The Dual Decomposition Method for Special Structured Linear Programs” (English). ORSA/TIMS (Operations Research Society of America) Joint National Meeting, Washington D.C., 1980.

·        Y. Bakman. “A Flexible Method for the Pupil’s Answer Evaluation in Computer-based Training” (Russian). All-Union Conference “Computer in School and College”, Odessa, 1990.

·        Y. Bakman. “Mental Processes Modeling Aimed to a Computer-aided Diagnosis of Knowledge Lacks” (English and Hebrew). International Conference on Teacher Education, Tel Aviv, 1993.

·        Y. Bakman, B. Malomed. “Spinning light bullets in second-harmonic-generating media” (English). OSA (Optical Society of America) International Conference “Nonlinear Guided Waves and Their Applications”, Dijon, France, 1999.


Ph. D. thesis


1.      Y. Bakman. “An Algorithm for Solving Large Scale Linear Programming Problems” (Russian). Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, 1974.

2.      Y. Bakman. “A Dual Reduced-gradient Method in Convex Programming” (Russian). Ukrainian Academy of Science, Kiev, 1984.