Mark Burgin





I. Individual Books:


1.      Super-recursive Algorithms

(New York, Springer, 2005, 304 p.)

2.      Entertainment and Information

(Los Angeles, UCMA, 2001)

3.      Fundamental Structures of Knowledge and Information: Achievement of an Absolute

(Kiev, Ukrainian Academy of Information Sciences, 1997) (in Russian)

4.      Non-Diophantine Arithmetics or is it Possible that 2 + 2 4

(Kiev, Ukrainian Academy of Information Sciences, 1997) (in Russian)

  1. The Structural Level of Nature: Achievement of an Absolute

(Kiev, Znannya, 1996) (in Russian)

  1. On the Nature and Essence of Mathematics

(Kiev, Ukrainian Academy of Information Sciences, 1998) (in Russian)

  1. Intellectual Components of Creativity

(Kiev, AACS, 1998) (in Ukrainian)

  1. Informatics as Science and Problems of Its Teaching

(Moscow, Academy of Pedagogical Sciences, 1987) (in Russian)

  1. Named Sets, General Theory of Properties, and Logic

(Kiev, Institute of Philosophy, 1989) (in Russian)

  1. Classical Eastern Philosophy: The Principal Structures of Buddhism

(Kiev, International Solomon University, 1999) (in Russian)

  1. Bible through the Prism of Science

(Los Angeles, UCMA, 2001)



II. Principal Co-author:

1.      Introduction to the Modern Exact Methodology of Science

(Moscow, International Science Foundation, 1994, 303 p.) (in Russian)

2.      Nomological Structures in Scientific Theories

(Kiev, Naukova Dumka, 1993, 221 p.) (in Russian)

3.      Axiological Aspects of Scientific Theories

(Kiev, Naukova Dumka, 1991, 183 p.) (in Russian)

4.      The World of Theories and Power of Mind

(Kiev, 1992, 231 p.) (in Russian)

5.      The Structure-Nominative Analysis of Theoretical Knowledge (Ideas, Results and Perspectives)

(Kiev, Proceedings of the Institute of Philosophy, 1992)

6.      Communication in Teacher Professional Activity

(Daugavpils, Daugavpils Pedagogical Institute, 1993, 183 p.) (in Russian)

7.      Measurement and Evaluation in Science

(Kiev, STEPS, 1994) (in Russian)

8.      Social Stereotypes and Scientific Paradigms as Regulators of Scientific Activity

(Kiev, STEPS, 1996) (in Russian)

9.      Mathematical Modeling of Classifications in Statistics

(Kiev, Institute of Statistics, 1997) (in Ukrainian)

10.  Problem of Version Selection on the Base of Efficiency Estimation

(Kiev, Institute of Foreign Economy, 1989) (in Russian)

11.  Postgraduate education for teachers

(Kiev, 1989) (in Russian)

12.  Teachers personality formation

(Herson, 1990) (in Russian)

13.  Education of gifted pupils

(Moscow, 1992) (in Russian)

14.  Computer literacy in schools in the USA

(Moscow, 1989) (in Russian)

15.  Computerization of education in European Schools

(Moscow, 1990) (in Russian)

16.  Psychological and pedagogical base for teachers training

(Poltava-Kiev, 1990) (in Russian)

17.  Long-life learning system development in Japan

(Moscow, 1991) (in Russian)





III. Two Chapters in the Book:


1.      Methodological Consciousness in Modern Science

(Kiev, Naukova Dumka, 1989) (in Russian)


2.      Applicability of mathematical methods in fishery capacity estimation

(Moscow, 1981) (in Russian)





IV. A Chapter in the Book:


1.      Expert Evaluation in Sociological Studies

(Kiev, Naukova Dumka, 1990) (in Russian)

2.      Development of the Physical Theories Foundations

(Kiev, Naukova Dumka, 1989) (in Russian)

3.      Scientific Thinking and Contemporaneity

(Kiev, Naukova Dumka, 1989) (in Russian)

1.      Proof and Understanding

(Kiev, Naukova Dumka, 1986) (in Russian)




V. One of the Co-authors:


1.      Social Laws and their Action

(Kyiv, Naukova Dumka, 1996) (in Ukrainian)


2.      Conception of Elaboration of the Automated Ecological Monitoring System for Water Resources of Ukraine

(Sevastopol, 1997) (in Russian)