## Dr. Pavel Barseghyan

##### Plano, USA / Armenia

**is a consultant in the field of quantitative project management, project data mining and organizational science. Has over 40 years experience in academia, the electronics industry, the EDA industry and Project Management Research and tools development. During the period of 1999-2010 he was the Vice President of Research for Numetrics Management Systems. Prior to joining Numetrics, Dr. Barseghyan worked as an R&D manager at Infinite Technology Corp. in Texas. He was also a founder and the president of an EDA start-up company, DAN Technologies, Ltd. that focused on high-level chip design planning and RTL structural floor planning technologies. Before joining ITC, Dr. Barseghyan was head of the Electronic Design and CAD department at the State Engineering University of Armenia, focusing on development of the Theory of Massively Interconnected Systems and its applications to electronic design. During the period of 1975-1990, he was also a member of the University Educational Policy Commission for Electronic Design and CAD Direction in the Higher Education Ministry of the former USSR.**

Dr. Pavel Barseghyan

Dr. Pavel Barseghyan

Earlier in his career he was a senior researcher in Yerevan Research and Development Institute of Mathematical Machines (Armenia). He is an author of nine monographs and textbooks and more than 100 scientific articles in the area of quantitative project management, mathematical theory of human work, electronic design and EDA methodologies, and tools development. More than 10 Ph.D. degrees have been awarded under his supervision. Dr. Barseghyan holds an MS in Electrical Engineering (1967) and Ph.D. (1972) and Doctor of Technical Sciences (1990) in Computer Engineering from Yerevan Polytechnic Institute (Armenia). Pavel’s publications can be found here: http://www.scribd.com/pbarseghyan and here: http://pavelbarseghyan.wordpress.com/.

Pavel can be contacted at pavelbarseghyan@yahoo.com

## Articles and Papers

- Quantitative analysis of the efficiency and productivity of the activity of human systems – Part 2 - Featured Paper - Barseghyan - April 2021
- Graphical analysis of the nonlinear functional relationship between team productivity and team size - Featured Paper - Barseghyan - March 2021
- Analysis of probabilistic distributions of the output parameters of human systems by the method of equations of state - Featured Paper - Barseghyan - February 2021
- Part 2. Change management in light of the principle of continuity, longevity and perpetuation of human life - Featured Paper - Barseghyan - January 2021
- The principle of continuity, longevity and perpetuation of the life of human systems as a basis for the mathematical theory of human behavior and activity: Part 1 - Featured Paper - Barseghyan - December 2020
- Quantitative Models of Emergence in Light of Mathematical Theory of Human Systems – Part 3: Probabilistic Mathematical Models of New Quality Emergence - Featured Paper - Barseghyan - May 2020
- Quantitative Models of Emergence in Light of Mathematical Theory of Human Systems – Part 2: Nonlinear Mathematical Models of New Quality Emergence - Featured Paper - Barseghyan - April 2020
- Quantitative Models of Emergence in Light of Mathematical Theory of Human Systems – Part 1: Mathematical Modeling of New Quality Emergence from Interactions of Qualitatively Different Phenomena by the Method of State Equations - Featured Paper - Barseghyan - March 2020
- Mathematical models of human cooperation and the transformation of human capital into social capital – Part 2. Quantitative models of social solidarity (asabiya) and social capital at the level of groups of people and society - Featured Paper - Barseghyan - May 2019
- The individual energy field of human interaction with social environment and the formation of social solidarity (asabiya) and social capital - Featured Paper - Barseghyan - April 2019
- Elements of the Mathematical Theory of Human Systems – Part 6: Human Life as a Project (The differential equation of human life) - Featured Paper - Barseghyan - February 2019
- Elements of the Mathematical Theory of Human Systems, Part 5 - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - April 2018
- Elements of the Mathematical Theory of Human Systems, Part 4 - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - March 2018
- Elements of the Mathematical Theory of Human Systems, Part 3: Mathematics of Cooperation and Confrontation of Human Systems - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - February 2018
- Structural Mathematical Models of the Life of Humans Based on the Method of State Equations - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - January 2018
- Elements of the Mathematical Theory of Human Systems – Part 1: Assessment of the Results of Human Actions and Activities Based on the Method of State Equations - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - December 2017
- Equilibrium and Extreme Principles in Discovering Unknown Relationships from Big Data, Part 2: Non-statistical Mathematical Methods in Project Management - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - January 2014
- Equilibrium and Extreme Principles in Discovering Unknown Relationships from Big Data, Part 1: Methods of Advanced Data Analytics in Light of the Equations of Mathematical Physics - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - December 2013
- Communication and Contacts in Massively Interconnected Systems, Part 3: Theory of Connectivity Functions, Group Characteristics of Connectedness and Rent’s Rule - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - November 2013
- The need for New Methodological Approaches for filling gaps in Quantitative Project Management - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - January 2013
- Communications and Contacts in Massively Interconnected Systems – Part 1: Rents Rules and Connectedness between People - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - August 2013
- Communications and Contacts in Massively Interconnected Systems – Part 2: Connectivity Functions and Differential Equations of Connectedness - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - June 2013
- Continuous Equation of Human Effort - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - April 2013
- Equilibrium of Human Labor in light of Supply and Demand Model of Microeconomic Theory - Featured Papers - Barseghyan - February 2013