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Sociedade da informa??o: globaliza??o, identidade cultural e conteúdos
Miranda, Antonio;
Ciência da Informa??o , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-19652000000200010
Abstract: the informational contents in the electronic networks are analyzed from the point of view of its social impact and promotion of cultural identity. penetration and capilarity of information technologies are considered as the main indicators of development of the information society and it argues on behalf of installing points of access to internet in public and school libraries. it is also in favor of implementing production of contents, their records and diffusion within the government, of the society by individuals, in order to reflect the cultural and regional, urban, peripherical and rural diversities, as well as the retrieval of the memory already registered in the portuguese language, but not yet accessible. the document was written with the participation of experts from all parts of the country and is used as a basis for the elaboration of chapter 5 of the green book of the program information society in brazil - socinfo.
Lo retro siempre está de moda
Antonio Miranda
Cuadernos de Proyectos Arquitectónicos , 2011,
Abstract: Reality exhibits a rational and objective structure, hard to uncover. Few are willing to study, distinguish and analyze it. "Modernism or a common cause" embodies the critical objectivity that finds true criteria within the object itself. Modernism is a historic tension that thinks and acts with a sense of emancipation and happiness for humanity. As opposed to local cultures, Modernism is a single and international civilization: "Neither the old nor the new; just what is necessary" (V.Y. Tatlin.). Architecture has always been associated to Power; serving the "Sitting Power" and subjugating to it. Architecture liberated from that power made Form adjust to its own Identity: its method of construction. This liberated it as territorial infrastructure, as an economic structure, and as an ideological superstructure. At the end of the twentieth century, Postmodernism became yet another phase within the immortal Modernism. It was architecture dressed to the fashion of the times. What is new can be described as Contemporary, when we are unable to sense its quality. We must distinguish between Civilization and Modernism, which the true and higher architecture serves. Being contemporary is not what is most important for a work of architecture; what is difficult is for it to become "modern". Only a few hundred projects can be considered "modern", free from the systems of power, and fighting these with truth, kindness and beauty; because being modern is a question of quality, a question of genuine authenticity. The scarce valuable tradition in existence supports itself on Civilization.
An Importance-Performance Analysis of Primary Health Care Services: Managers vs. Patients Perceptions  [PDF]
Francisco J. Miranda, Antonio Chamorro, Luis R. Murillo, Juan Vega
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2010.32028
Abstract: Using importance-performance analysis (IPA), this paper examines the perceptions of patients and managers of health centres of several health care quality services attributes. IPA is an approach to the measurement of customer/user satisfaction which allows for a simple and functional identification of both the strong and the weak aspects, or improvement areas, of a given service. Taking both the importance assigned by users to all relevant aspects of a given service and the perceived performance of the establishment in providing the service, the result is an IPA grid with four quadrants. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first time this methodology has been used to compare the perceptions of health centre patients and managers. The results showed patients and managers to have very different perceptions of all the quality service attributes. Implications for researchers and health centre managers are discussed. The study illustrates the usefulness of the IPA model as a managerial tool in identifying areas to which marketing resources should be allocated in order to improve and enhance the quality of the health centre services provided.
Transferência de informa??o e transferência de tecnologia no modelo de comunica??o extensiva: a babel.com
Miranda,Antonio; Sime?o,Elmira;
Informaci?3n, cultura y sociedad , 2004,
Abstract: the automation of the communication techniques gives relevance to extensive communication where the focus is not only on the information storage but also on the dispersion and universal use of the information. the vision brought about by the theory of systems reveals the extensive model and different information practices where the institutions and individuals develop a collective role, depending on a policy of information transfer. the information systems, consequently, act in a production line that control and appraise policies, objectives and goals possible by formal and informal structures mediation for the treatment and dissemination of the contents. in a traditional scientific communication model, that privileges the information storage, bookstores, publishers and traditional libraries are the principal mediators in the production, storage and dissemination of documents. in opposition, the extensive communication is a dynamic information system, in a scenario of interactive and multidimensional stocks, characterized by the insert of tools that promotes the interactivity, the hypertextuality and the hypermidiation.
Colonización faucial por Streptococcus pyogenes en pacientes con impétigo
Merino,Luis Antonio; Miranda,Olga;
Revista Cubana de Medicina Tropical , 1999,
Abstract: the faucial carrying of streptococcus pyogenes in patients presenting impetigo was determined as a risk factor for non-suppurative complications (acute glomerulonephritis). the fauces cultures of these patients revealed a s. pyogenes colonization of 65 % and all the isolates were penicilline-sensitive. it was concluded that the high percent of faucial colonization made a systemic antimicrobial treatment necessary.
Transferência de informa o e transferência de tecnologia no modelo de comunica o extensiva: a babel.com The Information and Technology transfer in the context of Extensive Communication: the Babel.com
Antonio Miranda,Elmira Sime?o
Información, Cultura y Sociedad , 2004,
Abstract: Se parte del enfoque que considera a la automatización de las técnicas de comunicación desde el modelo de comunicación extensiva y se infiere no solo un ordenamiento sino también la dispersión y uso universales de la información. La visión propiciada por la teoría de sistemas inspira al modelo extensivo, dado que en la práctica informacional, separa a las instituciones de sus stocks de información, cada agente (o individuo) desarrolla un papel colectivo, dependiente de una política de transferencia de la información. Los sistemas de información, en consecuencia, actúan en una línea de producción que comprende políticas, objetivos y metas con una necesidad mediática de las estructuras formales e informales para el tratamiento y diseminación de los contenidos. En el sistema de comunicación científica tradicional, las bibliotecas, los archivos, las librerías y las editoras, son los principales mediadores en la oferta de servicios de producción, almacenamiento e diseminación de documentos, con fuerte influencia de las formas convencionales de organización y control bibliográfico. En contraposición al modelo tradicional, que privilegia el almacenamiento de la información en perjuicio de su uso, el modelo de comunicación extensiva es un sistema dinámico, en un escenario de acciones multidimensionales, caracterizado por la inserción de herramientas que promueven la interactividad, la hipertextualidad y la hipermediación. The automation of the communication techniques gives relevance to extensive communication where the focus is not only on the information storage but also on the dispersion and universal use of the information. The vision brought about by the theory of systems reveals the extensive model and different information practices where the institutions and individuals develop a collective role, depending on a policy of information transfer. The information systems, consequently, act in a production line that control and appraise policies, objectives and goals possible by formal and informal structures mediation for the treatment and dissemination of the contents. In a traditional scientific communication model, that privileges the information storage, bookstores, publishers and traditional libraries are the principal mediators in the production, storage and dissemination of documents. In opposition, the extensive communication is a dynamic information system, in a scenario of interactive and multidimensional stocks, characterized by the insert of tools that promotes the interactivity, the hypertextuality and the hypermidiation.
Quantitative Assessment of Football Web Sites: An Empirical Study of the Best European Football Club  [PDF]
Francisco Javier Miranda, Antonio Chamorro, Víctor Valero, Jesús Maestre
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2010.31014
Abstract: Football and the Internet have shown early signs of a prosperous marriage. Web sites with football content are among the most popular, with football followers and web users sharing remarkably similar demographics. Despite these compelling observations, limited empirical research has been undertaken exploring how to maximise the opportunities for competitive advantage that the Internet can provide to football clubs. This research was a response to this void, and was undertaken by manually accessing and evaluating the web sites of European Football Clubs. Quality of web sites was determined using an original Web Assessment Index, which focuses on four categories: accessibility, speed, navigability and content. A detailed report of the results arising from this investigation is presented and systematically analyzed. These findings will be useful for both researchers and practitioners who seek to understand the issues relevant to football club management.
About the Use of the HdHr Algorithm Group in Integrating the Movement Equation with Nonlinear Terms
Heitor Miranda Bottura,Antonio Carlos Rigitano
Mathematical Problems in Engineering , 2009, DOI: 10.1155/2009/368309
Abstract: This work summarizes the HdHr group of Hermitian integration algorithms for dynamic structural analysis applications. It proposes a procedure for their use when nonlinear terms are present in the equilibrium equation. The simple pendulum problem is solved as a first example and the numerical results are discussed. Directions to be pursued in future research are also mentioned.
Autoria coletiva, autoria ontológica e intertextualidade: aspectos conceituais e tecnológicos
Miranda, Antonio;Sime?o, Elmira;Mueller, Suzana;
Ciência da Informa??o , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-19652007000200004
Abstract: the text seeks to raise issues related to responsibility, as a phenomenon, mainly within the context of extensive communication and on the perspective of the complex thought that guides its interpretation. studies are carried out about web semantics as well as the contribution of information science which allows conceptual connections for web documents, supposing that the author texts, in the future, either individualized or in cooperation, may use structured resources both for contexts and a priori generation of metadata and interrelationships. in a gradual table, distinction is made of citation, intertextuality, authorized copy, non-authorized copy, and plagiarized copy, concepts related to the present issue, in addition to the discussion about multivocality, methodology already applied in academic contexts.
Reología de derivados de la yema de huevo deshidratada
Miranda, Juan,Guerrero, Antonio F.,Partal, Pedro
Grasas y Aceites , 2000,
Abstract: The emulsification process, as weIl as and the emulsion rheology and stability, greatly depends on the rheological properties of the continuous phase, the most important ingredient of which is yolk. However, since native yolk is not microbiologically stable, processing of yolk, such as spray-drying, is necessary for food applications. The influence of processing by spray-drying on the microstructure and rheological properties of yolk was investigated using oscillatory, creep and steady state flow measurements. The spray-drying process produces denaturation of proteins giving rise to a dramatic change from a fluid-like behaviour, as corresponds to the native yolk, to a gel-like behaviour corresponding to the reconstituted dried yolk (45% solids). Temperature exerts a slight influence on the linear viscoelastic properties of processed yolk. Tanto el proceso de emulsificación como las propiedades reológicas y la estabilidad de una emulsión alimentaria, tipo mayonesa, dependen en gran medida de la microestructura y la reología de la fase continua acuosa, cuyo ingrediente principal es la yema de huevo. Debido a la inestabilidad microbiológica de ésta se hacen necesarios procesos de deshidratación por atomización para conservarla con fines alimentarios. En este trabajo se trata de determinar la influencia que ejerce la deshidratación sobre la microestructura analizando las propiedades reológicas de la yema mediante ensayos reológicos de cizalla oscilatoria, de flujo en estado estacionario y de fluencia viscosa. Se llegó a la conclusión de que la deshidratación produce la desnaturalización de las proteínas provocando un cambio desde un comportamiento tipo fluido (yema nativa) a un comportamiento tipo gel (yema deshidratada reconstituida al 45% en sólidos). Por otro lado, se ha observado una escasa variación de las propiedades viscoelásticas lineales de la yema deshidratada con la temperatura.
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