In the publishing house “Ostrova” (Petrozavodsk) in the year of the 200th anniversary of the birth of F.M. Dostoevsky published a monograph entitled “The problem of attribution in the magazines” Time “,” Epoch “and the weekly” Grazhdanin “.
The work was carried out within the framework of the RFBR competition for the best interdisciplinary projects on the topic “Sources and Methods in Studying FM Dostoevsky’s Legacy in Russian and World Culture”.
This monograph demonstrates the implementation of various mathematical methods and computer technologies that make it possible to highlight the main features of the author’s style in literary-critical articles and journalistic materials published in the journals “Time” (1861-1863), “Epoch” (1864-1865) and weekly ” Citizen “(1873-1874), as well as to draw conclusions about the belonging and anonymous and pseudonymous texts of F.M. Dostoevsky.
The work brought together the authors of two institutes of Petrozavodsk State University: the Institute of Mathematics and Information Technologies (associate professor K.A. Kulakov, associate professor N.D. Moskin, associate professor Yu.V. Sidorov, student E.D.Savinov and graduate R.V. Abramov) and the Institute of Philology (associate professor OV Zakharova, senior teacher AA Lebedev, senior teacher AV Otlivanchik, student DD Buchneva). Project manager – Alexander Alexandrovich Rogov, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Head. Department of Probability Theory and Data Analysis.