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Design Epistemology
Dino Karabeg
Information , 2012, DOI: 10.3390/info3040621
Abstract: The liberation from the view that only one way of making sense of experience is legitimate (the one that “corresponds to reality”), which follows from the results of 20th century science and philosophy, puts us into a position to consciously choose and assign a purpose to the creation of meaning; and based on that choice, to develop completely new modes of information, to suit each chosen purpose. We present an instance of this approach, where information and knowledge work are considered as key societal systemic components, and then designed as it may best suit the various functions that pertain to this role, notably the function of illuminating the way to all other systemic self-organization. Design epistemology provides an academic foundation for this approach; the Knowledge Federation community implements it in practice.
Tradición y vanguardia en Miltín 1934
Plaza,Dino;
Literatura y lingüística , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-58112006000100011
Abstract: this work opts for an approach that intends to describe at least part of the process carried out through each of the author?s works. the book miltín 1934 (ed. 1997) has been brought to the centre of attention here, for we believe that some key features, which enable us to reflect upon this work critically, are displayed in this work
Re-thinking What We Think About Derrida
Dino Galetti
Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology , 2010,
Abstract: Although many still see Derrida as a thinker opposed to a unified systematic meaning, there has recently been growing recognition that Derrida, in his later years, suggested that his work is not averse to formalisation. In support of this view, this paper points out that, in 1990, Derrida himself told us that his first work of 1954 reveals a “law” which impels his career, and that some responses had arisen even there. Some benefits of adopting such a common pole are set out, and an interrelated “system” developed to relate the law of 1954 to the later responses, in order to help find a common, systematic base for Derrida’s oeuvre. The need to accommodate approaches which are wary of a systematic approach is nevertheless acknowledged, and possible ways of reconciling the diverse readings of Derrida’s intent and collaboratively furthering the formalisation of Derrida’s oeuvre for posterity are outlined in closing. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, Volume 10, Edition 2, October 2010: 43-60
Tradición y vanguardia en Miltín 1934
Dino Plaza
Literatura y lingüística , 2006,
Abstract: El presente trabajo quiere optar por un camino que intente describir parte, al menos, del proceso llevado a cabo a través de cada uno de los títulos del autor. Como centro de la atención hemos puesto el libro Miltín 1934 (ed. 1997) por parecernos que allí se despliegan algunas de las características centrales que permitirían emprender una reflexión sobre la peculiaridad de esta obra This work opts for an approach that intends to describe at least part of the process carried out through each of the author’s works. The book Miltín 1934 (ed. 1997) has been brought to the centre of attention here, for we believe that some key features, which enable us to reflect upon this work critically, are displayed in this work
Benchmarking Organisational Capability using The 20 Keys
Dino Petrarolo
South African Journal of Industrial Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: Organisations have over the years implemented many improvement initiatives, many of which were applied individually with no real, lasting improvement. Approaches such as quality control, team activities, setup reduction and many more seldom changed the fundamental constitution or capability of an organisation. Leading companies in the world have come to realise that an integrated approach is required which focuses on improving more than one factor at the same time - by recognising the importance of synergy between different improvement efforts and the need for commitment at all levels of the company to achieve total system-wide improvement. The 20 Keys approach offers a way to look at the strenqth of organisations and to systemically improve it, one step at a time by focusing on 20 different but interrelated aspects. One feature of the approach is the benchmarking system which forms the main focus of this paper. The benchmarking system is introduced as an important part of the 20 Keys philosophy in measuring organisational strength. Benchmarking results from selected South African companies are provided, as well as one company's results achieved through the adoption of the 20 Keys philosophy.
Moving forward with new data and approaches: a fresh look at anthracyclines in non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
Dino Amadori
Hematology Reports , 2011, DOI: 10.4081/hr.2011.s3.e1
Abstract: Anthracyclines have a central role in the management of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL). The cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine, and prednisone (CHOP) treatment regimen has been the standard of care for more than 20 years. Further improvements have been made to the efficacy of this chemotherapy by reducing the dosing interval and adding rituximab to the regimen. A major limitation to the use of anthracyclines is the development of cardiotoxicity as a late adverse event. Strategies to reduce cardiac events include changes to the dosing schedule for doxorubicin, use of the chelating agent dexrazoxane and the use of liposome-encapsulated doxorubicin. This latter strategy has demonstrated good efficacy and reduced cardiotoxicity in patients with NHL, including those at risk of developing cardiac effects.
Strategie di conservazione dei Chirotteri nel Progetto LIFE "I Chirotteri di Onferno"
Dino Scaravelli
Hystrix : the Italian Journal of Mammalogy , 2003, DOI: 10.4404/hystrix-14.0-4271
Abstract: I Progetti LIFE, nati sull?attivazione di azioni di conservazione per le specie e i siti Natura 2000, sono certamente uno dei più innovativi, complessi e funzionali mezzi del settore. Il progetto NAT00IT7216 ?I Chirotteri di Onferno? si propone di allargare l'azione di conservazione e salvaguardia dei Chirotteri operata dalla Riserva, ed in particolare delle specie prioritarie viventi nel SICp di Onferno, conservando e migliorando gli ambienti di foraggiamento di una comunità di Chirotteri di 11 specie che trova rifugio nel sistema ipogeo presente e nelle aree limitrofe. Nella cavità si riproducono Miniopterus schreibersii (oltre 6000 esemplari) insieme a circa 600 tra Myotis myotis, Myotis blythii, Rhinolophus hipposideros e R. euryale. Vi svernano e soggiornano inoltre R. ferrumequinum, Pipistrellus kuhlii, Hypsugo savii, Eptesicus serotinus, Myotis nattereri e M. emarginatus. Il progetto si propone di acquisire alcuni terreni posti nel SIC ma attualmente al di fuori nella Riserva per far fronte al progressivo degrado della copertura vegetale interessante habitat prioritari, operando un recupero di siepi di guardia e del cotico erboso con specie autoctone per fermare l'erosione soprattutto dei pascoli aridi, habitat di alimentazione elettivo per Myotis blythii. Queste aree appaiono appartenere o all'essere in transizione verso brometi dell'ordine Festuco-Brometalia con fioriture di orchidee e per il loro controllo è stato avviato un pascolo controllato. I brometi sono inoltre in parte da recuperare per vari fenomeni di degrado biologico e morfologico favorendo il reimpianto di specie locali e l'aumento della diversità floristica. Per le specie particolarmente importanti si è promosso la moltiplicazione ex situ e in vitro. Sono state ricreate le pozze a base dei calanchi che oltre a ricostituire la zona di abbeverata e alimentazione per i chirotteri risulterà inoltre importante per la salvaguardia dei gruppi relittuali di Triturus carnifex e Bombina pachypus. Anche i boschi, ed in particolare quello ascrivibile all'associazione Staphlleo pinnatae - Tilietum plathyphylli sono in fase di restauro come ambienti di foraggiamento dei rinolofi e per la conservazione dell'entomofauna rara xilofaga. Interventi sono inoltre in campo per incrementare i rifugi nei boschi e negli edifici presenti, a vantaggio delle specie legate a questi ecosistemi Un piano di monitoraggio stratificato che consideri approfondimenti sulla relazione chirotteri - ambienti di alimentazione è in itinere e i risultati sono già di notevole interesse. Inoltre importanti sono i risultati d
Plasti ne vre ice – da ili ne
Dino RANOGAJEC
Polimeri , 2010,
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Dicionários de gíria
Dino Preti
Alfa : Revista de Linguística , 2001,
Abstract: Após uma rápida introdu o sobre o aparecimento da gíria em vários países, apresentam-se alguns subsídios para a sua história, no Brasil. Em seguida, discute-se uma tipologia dos dicionários de gíria e as principais dificuldades encontradas para a sua elabora o.
Fragments de modernité urbaine: formes de régénération et rénovation parisiennes
Dino Gavinelli
Altre Modernità , 2009,
Abstract: Paris is a widespread urban system: a space and a landscape which have progressively become polycentric, according to logics of spatial organization which are in syntony with the city’s historical development, from the center towards its peripheral areas. The center has always been the privileged ensemble of famous places which record the succession of the different historical phases of the city. The peripheral areas, on the other hand, are spaces marked by social imbalance, ethnic miscegenation and segregation. There are therefore two Parises: the one of the symbolic landmarks and of the vivacity of its social encounters and the one of the immigrants and of their exclusion. Both these Parises, in spite of their striking differences, are involved in a process of renovation and reassembling. Through the years, several modernizing projects have touched various sectors of the city, and the criteria of intervention have been adapted to their changing problems. Among this criteria is the notion of lasting development, which should realize a link between the old and new areas of the city and, and at the same time, make the urban environment easier to access by all its inhabitants. The social and environmental commitment on the one hand improves the livability of the public areas and empowers traditional collective practices, while on the other helps contextualize the remains of the past on the basis of modern exigencies such as the improvement of the living conditions and a steadily increasing pollution safeguard. In order to understand the complex urban texture of a city like Paris we should proceed with an epistemological, aestetic, political and social interpretation which also takes into consideration the economic and territorial components, because all these interwoven aspects concur to the richness of the metropolitan landscape of Paris. The historico-geographic stratification of the French capital is the very basis of its inestimable value and can become a key factor of its modernity.
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