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01. Cognitive Science in Mongolia
Author: Sara Invitto & University of the Humanities

UNIVERSITY OF THE HUMANITIES COGNITIVE SCIENCE IN MONGOLIA November 2012 Issue No.2                         Sarah Invitto Researcher in General Psychology Professor in General Psychology Ph.D. Clinical Psychology          In relation to the visitation of Ph.D. Sarah Invitto in Mongolia, University of The Salento has organized Conference in affiliation with University of The Humanities between 17 to 29th October 2012. After execution of conference, University of the Humanities has deliberately published Cognitive Science in Mongolia - research publication as a second issue of University of The Humanities in November.    This issue includes following topics;
  • Brain & Language: The Origin of Language, Musical Perception
  • Basics of Brain: Neuron Structure
  • Electroencephalogram (EEG) and Human Event Related Potentials (ERP)
  • Language: ERP and Brain
  • Guidelines for ERP recording in Language's Studies, recording Standard and Publication Criteria
  • Language Mismatch Negativity
  • Cognition and Number Representation
  • Bilingual Brain

02. Humanities Journal of Education
University of the Humanities

03. Government policy on Lingual Problems
University of the Humanities

 

04. National & Foreign Language in Globalization
University of the Humanities

 

05. Memoir (Works in Research) - English, Russian, Mongolian
University of the Humanities

MEMOIR

06. The Economic development of Mongolia and technology
Author: Erdenetuul Sereeter

07. The population bonus and Economic effectiveness of ODA for Mongolia
Author: Erdenetuul Sereeter

08. The Economic development and demographic bonus of Mongolia
Author: Erdenetuul Sereeter

09. Solving traveling salesman problem by dynamic programming
Author: Ch.Battuvshin, B.Chimed-Ochir & R.Enkhbat

10. Vector-Based Approach to Verbal Cognition
Author: Chuluundorj Begz

11. Quadratic optimization over a polyhedral set International Mathematical Forum
Author: T. Bayartugs, Ch. Battuvshin, R. Enkhbat

INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICAL FORUM   Online Edition, Vol. 9, 2014, no. 13-16 

http://www.m-hikari.com/imf/imf-2014/13-16-2014/index.html

T. Bayartugs, Ch. Battuvshin, R. Enkhbat Quadratic optimization over a polyhedral set International Mathematical Forum, Vol. 9, 2014, no. 13, 621-629 http://dx.doi.org/10.12988/imf.2014.4234

12. Mathematical Approaches to Cognitive Linguistics
Author: Chuluundorj Begz. Vol.2 No. 4, July 2013, International Journal of Applied Linguistics @ English Lit

13. Application of Game Theory to Investment Decisions
Author: Ch.Battuvshin and B.Chimed-Ochir, University of the Humanities, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

 

14. Evaluating the symptoms of Dutch disease in Mongolian economy
Author: Galbadrakh Baatarbat, University of the Humanities, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Evaluating the symptoms of Dutch disease in Mongolian economy

Galbadrakh Baatarbat

University of the Humanities

E-mail: galbadrakh@humanities.mn

The main goal of this research work is to define whether the Dutch disease is apparent in Mongolia, based on the figures of macro economy and mining sectors.

According to the economic theories, there are a number of assumptions how mining resource affects the social-economic development. The most serious issue the countries which has natural resource faces is the profits from mining sector leads to currency appreciation, increase in export products, and falling-off of production and export.

There has been a boom in Mongolian mining sectors and putting the mining industries into usage shows a tendency tending to increase in the coming years. We assume that there is a possibility of the Dutch disease in Mongolia due to a huge specific weight of mining sector in total production and profit.

In the research part, we have studied how tugriks affect the rate, using the model of Balasssa Samuelson.

We have done research using OLS methods with the help of logarithm model, accumulating REER from 2006 to Sep 2012, production and export of mining sectors, FDI, foreign aids, government expenditure and rate data of main product of mining sector. To sum up the result, the following symptoms of the Dutch disease have appeared in the Mongolian economy.

  • Overgrowth in mining sector affects the rate
  • Industrial growth is below-scaled
  • Growth in service sector is over-scaled
  • Wage increase in all sectors is high

References

[1] Corden Wax W. and Nyary Peter J., (1982) Booming sector and De-Industrialisation in a Small Open Economy, The economic Journal, Vol.92, No 368, pp. 825-848.

[2] Mouhamadou Sy. Hamidreza Tabarraei., (2009) Capital inflows and exchange rate in LDCs: The Dutch disease problem revisited, Working paper N 2009-26 pp. 1-32.

15. Application of Dynamic Programming to Cash Flow Process
Author: Ch.Battuvshin, University of the Humanities, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

 

16. Application of threshold autoregressive model to exchange rate of USD in Mongolia
Author: Batsuuri Dovdon Business school of University of the Humanities, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Application of threshold autoregressive model to exchange rate of USD in Mongolia

Batsuuri Dovdon

University of the Humanities

E-mail: batsuuri@humanities.mn

Threshold Autoregressive (TAR) models are popular among nonlinear time-series. TAR
models are proposed by Tong (1978) and discussed in detail in Tong and Lim (1980).
Hansen (1997) gives the analytic form of the asymptotic distribution for self-exciting TAR(2) models.
The main goal of my research is to define whether there is a nonlinearity behaviour in ex-change rate of USD to tugrug. I assume that there is a nonlinearity in rate of USD. Thus, to model nonlinear behaviour in exchange rate of USD, we used self-exciting TAR models with two regimes. The data is monthly average exchange rate of USD covering the period from January, 1993 to March 2013, (Figure 1)

TAR/exchange rate.jpg
Figure 1: source: The Central Bank of Mongolia
The results of my research is consistent with my hypothesis that the rate of USD is a non-linear process. In addition to the testing of nonlinearity of USD, the threshold variable of the model is defined and values of the next 12 months is predicted according to the model. Matlab is used for the analysis of the research. The regime of the TAR model is built corresponding to economic contractions of exchange rate in Mongolia.

References
[1] Hansen, B.E., Inference in TAR Models, Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econo-metrics, 2, 1-14, 1997.
[2] Hamilton, J.D., Time Series Analysis, Princeton University Press, 1994.

abstract_batsuuri.pdf

17. Simulation and Forecasting of Cointegrated Multivariate Time Series
Author: Makhgal.G 1 Mungunsukh.Sh 2 School of Mathematics and Computer Science, National University of Mongolia

 

18. Live-trapping studies - How to estimate two small rodents densities using spatially explicit capture
Author: P.Tserendavaa, University of the Humanities, Mongolia

 

19. Quantitative Models in Cognitive Linguistics
Author: Chuluundorj Begz. The International Forum on Cognitive Modeling (IFCM-2013)

20. Cognitive Typology
Author: Author: Chuluundorj Begz. COGSCI 2012 The annual meeting of the cognitive science society

21. The 9th International Conference on Optimization: Techniques and Applications
Author: Profit-Maximization in Oligopoly Market with Uncertain Cost Battuvshin Chuluundorj (University of the Humanities, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia)

Profit-Maximizationin Oligopoly Market with Uncertain Cost
Battuvshin Chuluundorj (Universityof the Humanities, Mongolia)
Chimed-Ochir Baljinnyam (University of the Humanities,Mongolia)
http://icota9.conf.tw/

22. Vector Field Analysis of Verbal Structures
Author: B.Chuluundorj British Journal of Applied Science & Technology 2015, Vol. 12, issue 3. London, X(X): XX-XX, 20YY, Article no. BJAST, 20YY, OXX

23. A Research Study on the Development of the Indicators to Assess the Tourism Impacts on Protected Areas of Mongolia
Author: Navchaa Tugjamba and Erdenetuul Sereeter (University of the Humanities, Mongolia)

24. Live-trapping studies – How to estimate two small rodents densities using spatially explicit capture-recapture (SECR) model
Author: Tserendavaa Purevjal (Unversity of the Humanities,Mongolia)

25. Economic Assessment of the Impact of Climate Change in the Ulz River Basins
Author: Amarbayasgalan Gantumur (University of the Humanities, Mongolia)

26. Ecosystem based river basin management planning in critical water catchment in Mongolia
Author: Navchaa Tugjamba(University of the Humanities, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia tnavch@yahoo.com ), Erdenetuul Sereeter(University of the Humanities, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia erdenetuul@humanities.mn), Sarantuya Gonchigjav(Mongolian University of Science and Technology, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia)

27. Water scarcity and adaptation strategy under climate change in Luni river basin, India
Author: N. Tugjamba , P.Van der Zaag, T.Bresser

28. Northeast Asian Security Issues and Mongolia's «Third Neighbor» Policy
Author: D.Ulambayar ERINA REPORT. Economic Research Institute for Northeast Asia. Novermber 2013 №114, pp. 47-50 ISSB 1343-4225

29. The Position of the 1913 Mongolia-Tibet Treaty in the Royal (All Elevated) Mongol State Diplomacy
Author: D.Ulambayar Lungta 17, The Centennial of the Tibeto-Mongol Treaty: 1913-2013 Spring 2013, pp.61-65

30. Implementation of Autonomous Unmanned Aerial Vehicle with Moving-Object Detection and Face Recognition
Author: Sanjaa Bold, Batchimeg Sosorbaram, Seong Ro Lee Information Science and Applications (ICISA), Volume 376 of the series Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering pp 361-370, 2016

31. Autonomous Vision Based Facial and voice Recognition on the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Author: Sanjaa Bold, Batchimeg Sosorbaram, Bat-Erdene Batsukh, Seong Ro Lee 2016 February 16 Volume 4 Issue 2 , International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication (IJRITCC), ISSN: 2321-8169, PP: 243 – 249

32. Simplification of Point Set Surfaces using Bilateral Filter and Multi-Sized Splats
Author: Batchimeg SOSORBARAM, Tadahiro FUJIMOTO, Norishige CHIBA 芸術科学会論文誌 Vol. 9 No. 3 pp.140-153