Global Scientific Review http://www.scienticreview.com/index.php/gsr <p><strong>Global Scientific Review</strong> provides the opportunity for the authors to publish their original research articles in Multidisciplinary fields. <strong>Global Scientific Review</strong> is an open-access, peer-reviewed monthly journal. The journal is referred to and follows the ethics and practices of ethical open-access publishing. All the manuscripts received for publication pass through an extensive double-blind peer review process. The journal covers the multidisciplinary areas of Engineering, Technology, Management, Educational advancements, Sciences, Humanities, Sports Science and Physical Education. Authors can submit their original manuscripts for peer review.</p> <p><strong>Frequency of Publication:</strong> Monthly</p> <p><strong>Acceptance Notification:</strong> 30 Days</p> <p><strong>ISSN:</strong> 2795-4951</p> <p><strong><span class="JsGRdQ">JIF 2024:</span></strong> <span class="JsGRdQ">8.956</span></p> <p><a href="http://sjifactor.com/passport.php?id=22273"><span class="JsGRdQ"><strong>SJIF (2024):</strong> 6.536</span></a></p> Global Scientific Publishing en-US Global Scientific Review 2795-4951 Methodology Of Comparative Analysis Of Cars In Urban Conditions Using Information Technologies http://www.scienticreview.com/index.php/gsr/article/view/443 <p>There are many methods in the world to reduce the fuel consumption of passenger cars, in most cases aimed at increasing the structural efficiency of the equipment. In real-life operating conditions, traditional methods for assessing modern passenger car designs need to be improved. One of the ways to solve the problem is to use mathematical models of the relevant processes using information technology. This article provides software for modeling the fuel efficiency of passenger cars during the driving cycle</p> Ziyayev Kamoliddin Zukhritdinovich Abdujalilova M.B Yangiyeva I.I Copyright (c) 2024 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2024-07-06 2024-07-06 29 1 9 Tashkent Period Of The Turkestan Collection http://www.scienticreview.com/index.php/gsr/article/view/444 <p>The main part of the “Turkestan Collection” (volumes from 1 to 416) was prepared in St. Petersburg under the leadership of the famous Russian bibliographer Vladimir Mezhov from 1867 to 1887. Then the compilation of new volumes of the collection resumed only in 1907 in Tashkent. By 1910, under the leadership of bibliographer N.V.Dmitrovsky, 127 volumes (from 417 to 543) were published, and in 1911-1916, under the leadership of orientalist Alexander Semenov, another 48 (from 544 to 591). The last three volumes of the “Turkestan Collection” (from 592 to 594) were compiled under the leadership of bibliographer E.K.Betger in 1939. In addition, at different times several catalogs and indexes to the materials in the collection were compiled. This article provides information on the use of the Turkestan Collection of the Tashkent period as a valuable documentary source for the history of colonial Turkestan.</p> Akhmedzhanov Azimjon Marufovich Copyright (c) 2024 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2024-07-13 2024-07-13 29 10 13 The Role And Importance Of The Management System In Improving The Quality Of Education http://www.scienticreview.com/index.php/gsr/article/view/445 <p>This article discusses the interaction of improving the management system in general secondary schools and improving the quality of education</p> Ibragimova Gulnoza Sayidmurodovna Copyright (c) 2024 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0 2024-07-20 2024-07-20 29 14 16