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Strategic Fast Supply Demand-Chains in a Network Context: Opportunistic Practices That Can Destroy Supply Chain Systems  [PDF]
José Crespo de Carvalho, Ana Lúcia Martins, Tania Ramos, Eurico Brilhante Dias
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2014.43019
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This paper has a conceptual character and explores an approach between transaction cost analysis theory and network theory when applied to supply chains in a broader context: industrial management research. This approach raises the assumptions that fast supply chains, i.e., supply chains made of short time relationships and multiple partners can contribute to destroying trust and collaboration between companies, ending up by stressing actual systems’ arrangements in somehow stable supply chains/network chains. As a consequence, transforming them in distrust arrangements and thus giving birth to new (old) approaches based only on transaction cost analysis theory: opportunism and limited rationality as the continuum for relationships between companies in a globalized world with numerous potential agents/companies that can play several roles. Too high levels of entropy can show this reality: the number of potential players (suppliers, customers or complementors) with theoretically equal probability of establishing partnerships with one focal company in a supply chain or network arrangement is excessive in relation to the number of current suppliers, customers and complementors, and for that reason, the focal company is somehow dissipating energy in identifying several potential players and in a state of giving one way or another equal importance to them all, situation that can affect stable relations with current partners. Theoretically, this will create what looks like strategic fast supply—demand chains or network chains: fast because they are rapidly settle down and fast as they are also rapidly dismantled. Those arrangements are the ones responsible for several possible and fast relations (internalizing resources from the environment and/or externalizing resources to the environment) but, anyway, contributing to loose trust, credibility and running against profitable games with partners already involved with focal companies in stable supply chains.

Nas franjas do império ultramarino português: a experiência insular de S?o Tomé e Príncipe no despertar dos oitocentos
Brilhante, Neuma;
História (S?o Paulo) , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-90742009000100003
Abstract: sao tome and principe held an important position within the portuguese empire in the 16th century. however due to serious internal conflicts and the transfer of priorities in colonial trade, this colonial island was gradually relegated. at the onset of the 19th century, a new administrative reform failed to restore their former affluence because of the consequences of important politico-economic changes concerning transatlantic trade, mainly, the british intervention against this trading.
Regress?o segmentada como modelo na determina??o de exigências nutricionais de peixes
Portz, Leandro;Dias, Carlos Tadeu dos Santos;Cyrino, José Eurico Possebon;
Scientia Agricola , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-90162000000400002
Abstract: the growth of the fish industry, as a result of the development of aquaculture, requires specific knowledge on nutritional requirements of cultured fish and shellfish species. these requirements can be influenced by factors as diverse as fish size, feed composition, feeding practices, system management, as well as by the statistical and mathematical tools utilized in the analysis of fish nutritional research data. this paper presents a critical appraisal on the use of the 'broken-line' model in the analysis of growth data derived from a dietary protein requirement assay with 'tambaqui' (colossoma macropomun). results show that the 'broken-line model analysis', as performed by a linear regression procedure, is simple, fast and reliable, suitable for the analysis of fish growth data. nevertheless, the model may underestimate values determined by other methods, which may or not have higher precision levels.
Regress o segmentada como modelo na determina o de exigências nutricionais de peixes
Portz Leandro,Dias Carlos Tadeu dos Santos,Cyrino José Eurico Possebon
Scientia Agricola , 2000,
Abstract: A produ o de peixes como atividade agroindustrial vem crescendo consideravelmente, motivando o crescimento das indústrias especializadas em produ o de ra es para peixes e crustáceos e criando grande demanda por conhecimentos específicos sobre as exigências nutricionais das várias espécies de peixes e crustáceos utilizados em aquicultura comercial. As exigências nutricionais dos organismos aquáticos podem ser influenciadas por vários fatores, incluindo tamanho do peixe, composi o e forma da dieta, manejo alimentar, sistema e regime de produ o. Além disso os tipos de modelos estatísticos e matemáticos utilizados na determina o destas exigências podem ou n o ser adequados à estimativa dos parametros biológicos avaliados. O presente trabalho apresenta uma avalia o crítica da adequa o do modelo "broken-line" na análise de resultados de um experimento de exigências nutricionais em proteína para o tambaqui. Os resultados permitem inferir que a aplica o do modelo "broken-line analysis", feito pelo procedimento PROC NLIN do SAS, é um método de análise simples, rápido e eficiente na determina o de exigências nutricionais, que resultam de dados tomados em experimentos de ganho de peso para peixes. O modelo poderia, entretanto, subestimar valores determinados por outros modelos tradicionalmente utilizados que, mesmo assim, podem n o ser, necessariamente, mais precisos.
First report and morphological redescription of Teleonemia morio (St?l) (Hemiptera, Tingidae) in Annona squamosa L. (Annonaceae) in Brazil
Broglio, S?nia M. F.;Dias-Pini, Nivia da S.;Costa, Luiz A. A.;Lemos, Eurico E. P.;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262012005000003
Abstract: first report and morphological redescription of teleonemia morio (st?l) (hemiptera, tingidae) in annona squamosa l. (annonaceae) in brazil. this is the first report of a severe attack of teleonemia morio (st?l, 1855) (hemiptera, heteroptera, tingidae) on annona squamosa l. (custard apple), causing up to 80% of losses of infested trees. in order to facilitate the identification of this insect pest, the adult female of t. morio is redescribed based on specimens collected in palmeira dos índios, alagoas, brazil.
Ecolingua: a formal ontology for data in ecology
Brilhante, Virgínia;
Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society , 2005, DOI: 10.1007/BF03192376
Abstract: ecolingua is an ontology for ecological quantitative data, which has been designed through reuse of a conceptualisation of quantities and their physical dimensions provided by the engmath family of ontologies. a hierarchy of ecological quantity classes is presented together with their definition axioms in first-order logic. an implementation-level application of the ontology is discussed, by way of which conceptual ecological models are synthesised from data annotations in ecolingua through reuse of existing model structures.
Poliniza??o natural, manual e autopoliniza??o no pegamento de frutos de pinheira (Annona squamosa L.) em Alagoas
Campos, Rousseau da Silva;Lemos, Eurico Eduardo Pinto de;Oliveira, Jaqueline Figueredo de;Fonseca, Fernanda Karina Pereira da;Santiago, Ant?nio Dias;Barros, Pericles Gabriel;
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-29452004000200020
Abstract: sugar apple (annona squamosa l) is a tropical fruit tree that has been cultivated in alagoas for more than a century. it is one of the most important crop for hundreds of small farmers. one of the main constraints to improve this culture yield is its low pollination rate of their flowers. although morphologicaly perfects, the flowers of sugar apple present the carpels maturation before pollen liberation in the anters preventing self-pollination. this work had the objective to study the effect of the natural, artificial and self-pollination on the number of fixed fruits in sugar apple. it was selected 40 four-year-old trees of local variety "crioula" and flowers of the mean portion of the trees. they were applied the following treatments: natural pollination; self-pollination; hand pollination with 100% pollen using paintbrush; hand pollination with 75 % of pollen and 25 % starch using paintbrush; hand pollination with 50 % of pollen and 50 % starch using paintbrush; hand pollination with 25 % of pollen and 50 % starch using paintbrush; hand pollination with 100 % of pollen using sprayer; hand pollination with 75 % of pollen and 25 % starch using sprayer; hand pollination with 50 % of pollen and 50 % starch using sprayer; hand pollination with 25 % of pollen and 75 % starch using sprayer. the results showed that the hand pollination with paintbrush or sprayer improved by ten fold the number of fixed fruits in natural pollination. the addition of starch to the pollen up to 50% of the mixture produced the same result of pure pollen.
A poesia de cientista político e historiador
Jo?o Eurico Matta
Revista Espa?o Acadêmico , 2010,
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René Armand Dreifuss
Figueiredo Eurico de Lima
Dados , 2003,
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Intermittency as a possible underlying mechanism for solar and stellar variability
Reza Tavakol,Eurico Covas
Physics , 1999,
Abstract: We briefly discuss the status of the intermittency hypothesis, according to which the grand minima type variability in solar-type stars may be understood in terms of dynamical intermittency. We review concrete examples which establish this hypothesis in the mean-field setting. We discuss some difficulties and open problems regarding the establishment of this hypothesis in more realistic settings as well as its operationally decidability.
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