Logistics of Trade Routes of the Golden Horde: Effective Adaptive System with Feedback

Kamil Ablyazov, PhD
The Saratov Branch of the Institute of History, The Academy of Sciences of Tatarstan, Saratov, Russian Federation

Series: Focus on Civilizations and Cultures
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Modern civilization knows the examples of successful formation of logistical structures and systems in the countries of the EU, Southeast Asia, North America. Their experience demonstratively confirms the natural aspiration of the countries for the regional integration. It is promoted by similarity of lifestyles of the population, traditions, proximity of historical roots, practice of use of single energy sources and raw material resources, associativity of communications, absence of trade barriers and so forth. However the history of formation of global logistical structures and systems begins not in the period of the industrial revolution of the XIX century, but it is connected with an earlier period, with the Middle Ages.

The logistical system of trade routes of the Golden Horde – one of the largest and powerful world state formations, whose heritage is the infrastructure of the urbanized centres and highways on the larger part of the territory of the Russian Empire (and later of the USSR) – was especially effective. The last results of complex researches on the basis of new archaeological and geoinformation technologies, mathematical modeling, allow to reconstruct the unique logistical space of the Golden Horde, and to take a different view of some social and economic problems of the modern civilization. (Imprint: Nova)

Abstract

1. Introduction

2. Effective Adaptive System with Feedback

3. The Tools of Metadata Processing at the Reconstruction of the Golden Horde trade and Transport System

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