Long-term planning for technical science research and production preparation in terms of digitalization

The article deals with the issues of strategic management and scientific, technological and technical production preparation processes planning. Presented machine learning models can be useful for modeling processes not only for the development of high and critical technologies, but also for mastering these technologies in production. It is shown how these models can be used for simulation and control of these processes. The article is relevant in view of the need not only for automation, but for the digitalization of these processes to increase not only the speed of response of the ASNI and ASTPP systems, but also to increase their flexibility and accuracy in conditions of uncertainty

Keywords: ASTPP, ASNI, high and critical technologies, production preparation, systems management, data analysis, regression models, machine learning, deep learning, simulation


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