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águas subterraneas e po os tubulares profundos
Válter Galdiano Gon?alves,Carlos Eduardo Quaglia Giampá
Engenharia Sanitaria e Ambiental , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/s1413-41522009000300002
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Um modelo de otimiza o para o planejamento de tráfego aéreo
Eduardo Quaglia,Manoel André Neto,Douglas Targa
Transportes , 2009,
Abstract: Este trabalho descreve um modelo de programa o inteira aplicado ao Controle de Tráfego Aéreo com o objetivo de otimizar a ocupa o do espa o aéreo em uma área e horários predeterminados. O modelo busca balancear o uso de aeródromos e aloca o de setores do espa o aéreo controlado. Este balanceamento atende a demanda de tráfego, n o excedendo a capacidade de controle dos slots e dos setores, dando prioridade aos v os regulares, militares e VIP. Para tanto, o modelo divide o intervalo de tempo determinado pelos horários inicial e final em subintervalos regulares pequenos e analisa o carregamento da rede em cada um desses subintervalos.
La ley como tela de ara a: Ley, Justicia y sociedad rural en Buenos Aires, 1780-1830
Carolina Quaglia
Revista de Historia del Derecho , 2010,
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Review article: locomotion systems for ground mobile robots in unstructured environments
L. Bruzzone,G. Quaglia
Mechanical Sciences (MS) , 2012, DOI: 10.5194/ms-3-49-2012
Abstract: The world market of mobile robotics is expected to increase substantially in the next 20 yr, surpassing the market of industrial robotics in terms of units and sales. Important fields of application are homeland security, surveillance, demining, reconnaissance in dangerous situations, and agriculture. The design of the locomotion systems of mobile robots for unstructured environments is generally complex, particularly when they are required to move on uneven or soft terrains, or to climb obstacles. This paper sets out to analyse the state-of-the-art of locomotion mechanisms for ground mobile robots, focussing on solutions for unstructured environments, in order to help designers to select the optimal solution for specific operating requirements. The three main categories of locomotion systems (wheeled – W, tracked – T and legged – L) and the four hybrid categories that can be derived by combining these main locomotion systems are discussed with reference to maximum speed, obstacle-crossing capability, step/stair climbing capability, slope climbing capability, walking capability on soft terrains, walking capability on uneven terrains, energy efficiency, mechanical complexity, control complexity and technology readiness. The current and future trends of mobile robotics are also outlined.
The process of european monetary integration: a comparison of the belgian and italian approaches
Ivo Maes,Lucia Quaglia
PSL Quarterly Review , 2003,
Abstract: This paper analyses the roles which Belgium and Italy have played in the process ofEuropean monetary integration. It focusses on Belgian and Italian attitudes towards European integration and EMU, exchange rate policies, key concepts of the EMU strategies and concrete contributions. Overall, Belgium and Italy played an important and pace-setting role in the process of European monetary integration. The main difference is that Belgium has been a constant and consistent "pace-setter" inmonetary matters, whereas Italy was mainly active in the 1980s. Furthermore, the paper shows how important it was for a country to achieve a sound economic performance, especially a stable exchange rate, in order to have influence on theEuropean monetary scene.
Il processo di integrazione monetaria europea: un confronto tra gli approcci belga e italiano (The Process of European Monetary Integration: A Comparison of the Belgian and Italian Approaches)
Ivo Maes,Lucia Quaglia
Moneta e Credito , 2003,
Abstract: This paper analyses the roles which Belgium and Italy have played in the process of European monetary integration. It focusses on Belgian and Italian attitudes towards European integration and EMU, exchange rate policies, key concepts of the EMU strategies and concrete contributions. Overall, Belgium and Italy played an important and pace-setting role in the process of European monetary integration. The main difference is that Belgium has been a constant and consistent "pace-setter" in monetary matters, whereas Italy was mainly active in the 1980s. Furthermore, the paper shows how important it was for a country to achieve a sound economic performance, especially a stable exchange rate, in order to have influence on the European monetary scene.
Proceedings Third Workshop From Biology To Concurrency and back
Emanuela Merelli,Paola Quaglia
Computer Science , 2010, DOI: 10.4204/EPTCS.19
Abstract: This volume contains the papers presented at the 3rd Workshop "From Biology To Concurrency and back", FBTC 2010, held in Paphos, Cyprus, on March 27, 2010, as satellite event of the Joint European Conference on Theory and Practice of Software, ETAPS 2010. The Workshop aimed at gathering together researchers with special interest at the convergence of life and computer science, with particular focus on the application of techniques and methods from concurrency. The papers contained in this volume present works on modelling, analysis, and validation of biological behaviours using concurrency-inspired methods and platforms, and bio-inspired models and tools for describing distributed interactions.
PELCR: Parallel Environment for Optimal Lambda-Calculus Reduction
M. Pedicini,F. Quaglia
Computer Science , 2004,
Abstract: In this article we present the implementation of an environment supporting L\'evy's \emph{optimal reduction} for the $\lambda$-calculus \cite{Lev78} on parallel (or distributed) computing systems. In a similar approach to Lamping's one in \cite{Lamping90}, we base our work on a graph reduction technique known as \emph{directed virtual reduction} \cite{DPR97} which is actually a restriction of Danos-Regnier virtual reduction \cite{DanosRegnier93}. The environment, which we refer to as PELCR (Parallel Environment for optimal Lambda-Calculus Reduction) relies on a strategy for directed virtual reduction, namely {\em half combustion}, which we introduce in this article. While developing PELCR we have adopted both a message aggregation technique, allowing a reduction of the communication overhead, and a fair policy for distributing dynamically originated load among processors. We also present an experimental study demonstrating the ability of PELCR to definitely exploit parallelism intrinsic to $\lambda$-terms while performing the reduction. By the results we show how PELCR allows achieving up to 70/80% of the ideal speedup on last generation multiprocessor computing systems. As a last note, the software modules have been developed with the {\tt C} language and using a standard interface for message passing, i.e. MPI, thus making PELCR itself a highly portable software package.
Leonilson - uma quest?o de escala
Riccioppo, Carlos Eduardo;
ARS (S?o Paulo) , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-53202008000200011
Abstract: this text focuses the work of the artist josé leonilson (1957-1993) produced during the late eighties, when it begins, at it is argued here, to show a poetics of parsimoniousness, marked by a strict economy of means. this poetics would have brought about to the work new ways of confronting materials coming from the mass culture universe.
A TV digital interativa terrestre e o público brasileiro: reflex?es pela manuten??o de uma rela??o de afeto
Marquioni, Carlos Eduardo;
Intercom: Revista Brasileira de Ciências da Comunica??o , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1809-58442012000200021
Abstract: while the interactivity of digital terrestrial tv in brazil can promote digital inclusion it also tends to cause variations in the experience of watching television. considering the hypothesis that the affection of the public in relation to the tv is justified by the oral nature of the brazilian people, and getting into account that execution of more sophisticated interactions requires literacy, this article presents (i) reflections related to the risk of detachment from tv with the arrival of interactivity by a parcel of the audience of brazilian television (which has limited literacy) and (ii) an initial proposal to minimize the risk of detachment between the new television and its audience potentially excluded due to need for literacy. the article proposes conceptual reflections - using the key notion of culture - related to the potential estrangement of the audience with the interactivity on tv, culminating with the presentation that it can be possible to use resources of the interactive television to provide enough literacy to execute sophisticated interactions on brazilian digital interactive tv, using the performance concept.
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