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METODOLóGIA PARA LA CONSTRUCCIóN DE UN MIGRADOR UNIVERSAL DE BASES DE DATOS
FERNANDEZ,JAVIER; GIRALDO,JUAN CAMILO;
DYNA , 2011,
Abstract: this article talks about the proposal and application of a methodology to build a database migrator that will serve as a very useful tool for those who evaluate the efficiency of data migration processes between multiple platforms, these processes are now being identified as emerging pillars of modern organizations. the main purpose is to show the building process of a database migration system geared towards consumer goods and services companies; it involves the development of the conceptual background and research involved on migration systems, the proposed methodology to build the suggested prototype, as well as the use case and class diagrams that demonstrate the analysis and design supported by the application, it also exposes the graphical interface built to manage the database migration processes.
METODOLóGIA PARA LA CONSTRUCCIóN DE UN MIGRADOR UNIVERSAL DE BASES DE DATOS
JAVIER FERNANDEZ,JUAN CAMILO GIRALDO
DYNA , 2011,
Abstract: El articulo trata sobre la propuesta y aplicación de una Metodología para la Construcción de un Migrador de Bases de Datos el cual pretende constituirse en una herramienta útil para quienes evalúan la eficacia de los procesos de migración de datos entre múltiples plataformas, proceso este que viene constituyéndose en pilar de las organizaciones modernas. La finalidad es mostrar el proceso de construcción de un sistema de migración de bases de datos para empresas de bienes y servicios, en el se desarrollan los antecedentes conceptuales e investigativos inherentes a los sistemas de migración, la metodología propuesta para la construcción del prototipo planteado, así como los diagramas de casos de uso y clases que dan cuenta del análisis y dise o que soporta la aplicación, también se muestra la interfaz grafica construida para el manejo de los proceso de migración de datos.
Un modelo de discurso jurídico revisado
Atahualpa Fernandez,Camilo José Cela-Conde,Marly Fernandez
Nómadas , 2007,
Abstract: Este artículo propone una explicación sobre el Derecho, que atraviesa las escalas de espacio, tiempo y complejidad, uniendo los aparentemente irreconciliables hechos de lo social y lo natural, integrando la percepción de una red normativa, de una estrategia social adaptativa, que ciertamente se creó y existe en función de sus contribuciones a la supervivencia y al éxito reproductor durante un largo período de nuestra historia evolutiva, esto es, resolver problemas evolutivos recurrentes en especies esencialmente sociales como la nuestra que, por otra parte, no habría conseguido prosperar biológicamente.
Cigarette Smoking Exacerbates the Adverse Effects of Age and Metabolic Syndrome on Subclinical Atherosclerosis: The Bogalusa Heart Study
Shengxu Li, Miaoying Yun, Camilo Fernandez, Jihua Xu, Sathanur R. Srinivasan, Wei Chen, Gerald S. Berenson
PLOS ONE , 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0096368
Abstract: Age and metabolic syndrome are major risk factors for atherosclerosis. However, limited information is available regarding whether cigarette smoking, another major, modifiable risk factor, has synergistic effects with age and metabolic syndrome on subclinical atherosclerosis, particularly in young adults. This aspect was examined in 1,051 adults (747 whites and 304 blacks; aged 24–43 years) from the Bogalusa Heart Study. General linear models were used to examine the effects of cigarette smoking and its interactive effects with age and metabolic syndrome on carotid intima-media thickness (CIMT). After adjusting for age, race, and sex, current smokers had lower BMI (mean±SE: 27.4±0.4, 29.3±0.5, and 29.9±0.3 kg/m2 in current, former, and never smokers, respectively; p<0.0001) and lower levels of fasting glucose (82.8±0.9, 89.5±2.3, and 87.1±1.1 mg/dL, respectively; p = 0.001) and insulin (10.6±0.4, 14.2±1.0, 13.6±0. 6 μU/ml, respectively; p<0.0001). Despite being lean and having favorable levels of glucose and insulin, current smokers had greater CIMT (0.850±0.012, 0.808±0.011, and 0.801±0.006 mm, respectively; p = 0.0004). Importantly, cigarette smoking showed significant interactions with age and metabolic syndrome on CIMT: Age-related change in CIMT in current smokers was significantly greater (0.013±0.002 mm/year) than in nonsmokers (former and never smokers combined) (0.008±0.001 mm/year) (p for interaction = 0.005); the difference in CIMT between those with and without metabolic syndrome was significantly greater in current smokers (0.154±0.030 mm, p<0.0001) than in nonsmokers (0.031±0.014 mm, p = 0.03) (p for interaction<0.0001). In conclusion, cigarette smoking significantly exacerbates the adverse effects of age and metabolic syndrome on subclinical atherosclerosis in young adults, which underscores the importance of prevention and cessation of cigarette smoking behavior in the young.
Utility of waist-to-height ratio in assessing the status of central obesity and related cardiometabolic risk profile among normal weight and overweight/obese children: The Bogalusa Heart Study
Jasmeet S Mokha, Sathanur R Srinivasan, Pronabesh DasMahapatra, Camilo Fernandez, Wei Chen, Jihua Xu, Gerald S Berenson
BMC Pediatrics , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2431-10-73
Abstract: Cross-sectional cardiometabolic risk factor variables on 3091 black and white children (56% white, 50% male), 4-18 years of age were used. Based on the age-, race- and sex-specific percentiles of BMI, the children were classified as normal weight (5th - 85th percentiles) and overweight/obese (≥ 85th percentile). The risk profiles of each group based on the WHtR (<0.5, no central obesity versus ≥ 0.5, central obesity) were compared.9.2% of the children in the normal weight group were centrally obese (WHtR ≥0.5) and 19.8% among the overweight/obese were not (WHtR < 0.5). On multivariate analysis the normal weight centrally obese children were 1.66, 2.01, 1.47 and 2.05 times more likely to have significant adverse levels of LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, triglycerides and insulin, respectively. In addition to having a higher prevalence of parental history of type 2 diabetes mellitus, the normal weight central obesity group showed a significantly higher prevalence of metabolic syndrome (p < 0.0001). In the overweight/obese group, those without central obesity were 0.53 and 0.27 times less likely to have significant adverse levels of HDL cholesterol and HOMA-IR, respectively (p < 0.05), as compared to those with central obesity. These overweight/obese children without central obesity also showed significantly lower prevalence of parental history of hypertension (p = 0.002), type 2 diabetes mellitus (p = 0.03) and metabolic syndrome (p < 0.0001).WHtR not only detects central obesity and related adverse cardiometabolic risk among normal weight children, but also identifies those without such conditions among the overweight/obese children, which has implications for pediatric primary care practice.Childhood obesity is reaching epidemic proportions worldwide [1]. Although childhood obesity is a well recognized risk factor for developing cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus in adulthood, excess central (intra-abdominal) body fat distribution may be more rela
Difícil reconvers?o: futebol, projeto e destino em meninos brasileiros
Souza, Camilo Araújo Máximo de;Vaz, Alexandre Fernandez;Bartholo, Tiago Lisboa;Soares, Antonio Jorge Gon?alves;
Horizontes Antropológicos , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-71832008000200004
Abstract: the aim of this article is to analyze a time in the life stories of two brazilian teenagers who were trialed in an important european football association in the 1990s. the stories, which had different endings, had a common start: the nova gera??o football school. we analyze interviews (with one of these teenagers, with other young players, and with cacá, the coach of the football school) and also some articles of brazilian newspapers about both players. the results indicate that leading a boy to become a professional football player, especially in the lower classes, is a family project. the selection and training of the new talents demands their presence in strict training programs in football clubs. in this context, it becomes difficult to conciliate sport life and school.
Hip Arthroscopy in Children under the Age of Ten  [PDF]
Oliver Eberhardt, Thomas Wirth, Francisco Fernandez Fernandez
Open Journal of Orthopedics (OJO) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojo.2013.31009
Abstract: Arthroscopic hip surgery has become an established diagnostic and therapeutic method for addressing different hip pathologies. This paper focuses on hip arthroscopy for treating hip disorders in children under the age of 10. Arthroscopic hip surgery was performed 30 times on 24 children to address various hip pathologies. Indications were septic arthritis, benign soft tissue tumors, traumatic and congenital hip dislocation, juvenile idiopathic arthritis and osteochondroma of the acetabulum. Diagnostic arthroscopy was technically feasible in all cases. All cases of septic arthritis were successful treated using arthroscopic lavage and antibiotics. In the miscellaneous cases (benign fibrous tumor, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, osteochondroma congenital hip dislocations and traumatic hip dislocation) 4 hips had additional open surgery including surgical dislocation with synovectomy, open reduction and stabilization of the fractured posterior rim of the acetabulum, acetabulopasty and open resection of an osteochondroma with acetabuloplasty. In conclusion arthroscopic hip surgery is an additional diagnostic and therapeutic method that is suitable for treating different hip pathologies in children under the age of 10. Primary treatment of septic arthritis can be done easy by hip arthroscopy. Using cannulated mini arthroscopic hip instruments (2.7 mm), the range of application can be expanded to include treatment of very young infants. Hip arthroscopy can reduce the need of open surgery but cannot replace bony procedures in hip surgery.
Upgrading Tests Using PSIM Tool of MPPT-PV Feedback-Current Controller  [PDF]
Herman Enrique Fernandez Hernandez
Energy and Power Engineering (EPE) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/epe.2016.84022
Abstract: This paper presents improvement tests based in a feedback-current controller designed to Tracking Maximum Power Point in photovoltaic system (MPPT-PV). Previously, a version was developed exhibiting results satisfactory in simulation and through of a low cost prototype. Now, using a sophisticated physical model of solar cell available in PSIM program is shown other cases, considering variations both irradiation and temperature to evaluate successfully the controller. The results show that its system is suitable under dynamical changing atmospheric conditions operating with effectiveness acceptable.
Closing the Gap in Undergraduate Supply Chain Education through Live Experiential Learning  [PDF]
Sime Curkovic, Nathan Fernandez
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2016.66064
Abstract: With the supply chain industry suffering from a lack of available managerial talent, U.S. companies are stepping up efforts to recruit qualified and skilled professionals from universities. The supply chain industry will need to fill about 1.4 million new jobs over the next four years, but there are concerns regarding where the talent will come from given that demand greatly exceeds supply. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that employment for supply chain management will increase by 20 percent through 2018, which is nearly twice as fast as the 11 percent average for all industries combined. The Georgia Center of Innovation also reports that the U.S. will be short one million supply chain workers in 2016 alone. Related to the talent shortage, industry has also made clear that they are struggling to evolve their supply chain processes to match business needs. Nearly a third of all supply chain processes are inadequate, according to research from Crimson & Co. In response to these industry demands, Western Michigan University’s Integrated Supply Management Program has placed a strong focus on process management through lean problem-solving techniques. This paper reflects on the industry factors that are currently hampering the process of matching new college graduates with professional positions. It also describes how WMU’s ISM undergraduate program is successfully bridging those gaps and preparing its students by partnering with local businesses on live experiential learning projects.
Mito e história em Iracema: a recep??o crítica mais recente
Camilo, Vagner;
Novos Estudos - CEBRAP , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-33002007000200014
Abstract: the essay intends to analyze the tendency of the recent critical reception of iracema (1865) to centralize interpretations on the relations between myth and history. it also intends to define a position vis-à-vis such discussion, defending or questioning some of the hypotheses with arguments that might contribute for the debate.
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