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Caracteriza??o agron?mica e carpométrica de cultivares de oliveira
Silva, Luiz Fernando de Oliveira da;Oliveira, Adelson Francisco de;Pio, Rafael;Zambon, Carolina Ruiz;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Tropical , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1983-40632012000300012
Abstract: growing olive trees in brazil is a recent practice, and their productive attributes, as well as available cultivars, are not yet well-known. the agronomic and carpometric characterization of fruits from different cultivars are vital for the improvement of the brazilian olive growing. this study aimed at evaluating the agronomic characterization and carpometry of 35 olive tree cultivars. the experiment was conducted in the empresa de pesquisa agropecuária de minas gerais (epamig) experimental farm, in maria da fé, minas gerais state, brazil. for the agronomic characterization, a completely randomized design with three replications was used, with one plant per plot, and yield, number of fruits per plant, trunk section and outer crown volume and surface were evaluated. for the carpometric characterization, a completely randomized design with ten replications was used, with one fruit or pit per plot, and length, width, fruits mass and volume and pit, as well as the pulp/pit ratio, were evaluated. the agronomic features of plants differed among cultivars, standing out the negroa, which reached the highest yield (18.42 kg plant-1 and 7.68 t ha-1) and number of fruits (9,399.08); mgs asc322, with the largest trunk section; mgs miss293, with the highest outer crown volume and surface; and mgs jb1, which presented the greatest outer crown surface/number of fruits ratio. concerning carpometry, the mgs grap556 cultivar presented the highest sizes for fruit and pit, while 'mgs grap541' presented the highest pulp/pit ratio.
Frammenti dell’attrice-giardiniera
Lorenza Zambon
Ricerche di S/Confine , 2013,
Abstract: Lorenza Zambon is actress, author, director. She has created over the years a few solo performances,autobiographical in tone, that deal with her relationship to the ‘otherness’ of the living. Here sheproposes an assembly of fragments from her plays. These texts have been composed to be told in a special intimate relationship with the audiences and the sites of performances, be they gardens,woods, landacapes; thus the voice performs a monologue and the style leads towards orality. The assembly is organized along some key-words, precious to the author, and precisally ‘tree’, ‘macro(forest)’, ‘micro (moss)’, ‘to name’ and ‘wild’.
Zambon MP
Revista Brasileira de Saúde Materno Infantil , 2003,
Reduction of branes in generalized complex geometry
Marco Zambon
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: We show that certain submanifolds of generalized complex manifolds ("weak branes") admit a natural quotient which inherits a generalized complex structure. This is analog to quotienting coisotropic submanifolds of symplectic manifolds. In particular Gualtieri's generalized complex submanifolds ("branes") quotient to space-filling branes. Along the way we perform reductions by foliations (i.e. no group action is involved) for exact Courant algebroids - interpreting the reduced \v{S}evera class - and for Dirac structures.
A construction for coisotropic subalgebras of Lie bialgebras
Marco Zambon
Mathematics , 2008,
Abstract: Given a Lie bialgebra (g,g*), we present an explicit procedure to construct coisotropic subalgebras, i.e. Lie subalgebras of g whose annihilator is a Lie subalgebra of g*. We write down families of examples for the case that g is a classical complex simple Lie algebra.
Submanifold averaging in riemannian and symplecitc geometry
Marco Zambon
Mathematics , 2002,
Abstract: We give a construction to obtain canonically an ``isotropic average'' of given $C^1$-close isotropic submanifolds of a symplectic manifold. To do so we use an improvement of Weinstein's submanifold averaging theorem (obtained in collaboration with H. Karcher) and apply ``Moser's trick''. We also present an application to Hamiltonian group actions.
L-infinity algebras and higher analogues of Dirac structures and Courant algebroids
Marco Zambon
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: We define a higher analogue of Dirac structures on a manifold M. Under a regularity assumption, higher Dirac structures can be described by a foliation and a (not necessarily closed, non-unique) differential form on M, and are equivalent to (and simpler to handle than) the Multi-Dirac structures recently introduced in the context of field theory by Vankerschaver, Yoshimura and Marsden. We associate an L-infinity algebra of "observables" to every higher Dirac structure, extending work of Baez, Hoffnung and Rogers on multisymplectic forms. Further, applying a recent result of Getzler, we associate an L-infinity algebra to any manifold endowed with a closed differential form H, via a "higher analogue of Courant algebroid twisted by H". Finally, we study the relations between the L-infinity algebras appearing above.
Averaging of Legendrian submanifolds of contact manifolds
Marco Zambon
Mathematics , 2004,
Abstract: We give a procedure to ``average'' canonically $C^1$-close Legendrian submanifolds of contact manifolds. As a corollary we obtain that, whenever a compact group action leaves a Legendrian submanifold almost invariant, there is an invariant Legendrian submanifold nearby.
Estratégias de enfrentamento em professores com queixa de voz Coping strategies in teacher with voice complaint
Fabiana Copelli Zambon
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Fonoaudiologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s1516-80342012000200024
Solving the TTC 2011 Compiler Optimization Case with GROOVE
Arend Rensink,Eduardo Zambon
Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science , 2011, DOI: 10.4204/eptcs.74.11
Abstract: This report presents a partial solution to the Compiler Optimization case study using GROOVE. We explain how the input graphs provided with the case study were adapted into a GROOVE representation and we describe an initial solution for Task 1. This solution allows us to automatically reproduce the steps of the constant folding example given in the case description. We did not solve Task 2.
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