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Análise factorial aplicada a métricas da paisagem definidas em FRAGSTATS
Couto,Paula;
Investiga??o Operacional , 2004,
Abstract: a programme for spatial analysis based on a grid of pixels (fragstats 3.0) was used and the results of the analysis of 50 maps of land occupation using this programme were presented. 33 metrics of the landscape's structure were used and the properties of the metrics for various landscapes (maps of land occupation in continental portugal) were investigated. the metrics of the landscape's structure describe the size and form of the landscapes, the abundance of each type of spot and the spatial distribution of similar or different spots. to overcome the ambiguity of individual metrics and behavioural peculiarities, a varied factorial approach was adopted to describe and compare landscape structures. an analysis of main components for the 33 metrics and 50 landscapes was carried out. the first five factors explain 91.2% of the variation. these factors can be interpreted as an average of compaction of the spot, image texture (distribution of the pixels and proximity), landscape area, number of classes, area-perimeter relation (fractional measures).
Uso de softwares para o gerenciamento de bibliotecas: um estudo de caso da migra??o do sistema Aleph para o sistema Pergamum na Universidade de Santa Cruz do Sul
Couto, Fabiano;
Ciência da Informa??o , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-19652005000200011
Abstract: presents one of the first cases of conversion occurred between the main commercial software for library management available in the brazilian market nowadays. the stages of the conversion from the aleph system to pergamum system are described, as well as the main difficulties faced as well as the adopted solutions. this conversion process constitutes a case that could be possibly used as a basis for future conversions.
Rese a de"O homem que odiava a segunda-feira" de Brand o, Ignácio de Loyola
Rita Couto
Eccos Revista Científica , 2000,
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A sexualidade na aurora do século XXI
Richard Couto
Revista Latinoamericana de Psicopatologia Fundamental , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/s1415-47142009000200014
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The Linguas in the Portuguese Empire - XVI Century
Dejanirah Couto
E-Journal of Portuguese History , 2004,
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The Linguas in the Portuguese Empires – XVI Century
Dejanirah Couto
E-Journal of Portuguese History , 2003,
Abstract: This article analyses the different categories of interpreters (lingoas), the forms of their recruitment and the strategies of their use in the Portuguese Empire in Asia in the first half of the sixteenth century. The interpreters were as good as adventurers, convicts and natives, captives, renegades and converted slaves recruited during expeditions and military operations. Besides the social-economical status of these interpreters the article highlights the case of the territory of Macao where the necessity to answer to imperial bureaucracy determines the creation of a corps of interpreters (juruba as) and perfectly organised family dynasties of "lingoas".
Analysis of Barriers and the Potential for Exploration of Deconstruction Techniques in Portuguese Construction Sites
Jo?o Couto,Armanda Couto
Sustainability , 2010, DOI: 10.3390/su2020428
Abstract: Deconstructing a building is the careful dismantling of that building so as to make possible the recovery of construction materials and components, promoting their reuse and recycling. However, deconstruction remains a rare procedure in Portugal. Using previous studies and data collected from present experiences, this paper presents a critical discussion on the importance of deconstruction for rehabilitation. Its aims are to discuss the main advantages, barriers and opportunities of this demolition technique, as well as the guidelines to the design process, aiming at assuring a successful management deconstruction process. Suggestions to impel this technique in Portugal are also described.
Religiosidade, reprodu??o e saúde em famílias urbanas pobres
Couto, Márcia Thereza;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832001000100003
Abstract: this article analyzes personal religious conversion within the context of family relations in the downscale suburbs of recife, the capital of the state of pernambuco, brazil. it presents the results of a qualitative research study on the meanings of conversion for the members of the family and the ensuing transformations in their reproductive behavior. based on the empirical data above, the article ends with a discussion of issues related to healthcare services in that area, and how the local inhabitants use them.
O pensamento desenvolvimentista de Raúl Prebisch
Couto, Joaquim Miguel;
Economia e Sociedade , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-06182007000100003
Abstract: the argentinean economist raúl prebisch?s (1901-1986) ideas were always gone back to the action. difficulties facing concrete problems made him a pragmatic man. thus, his theories about import substitution, core-periphery system and the creation of a common latin-american market, were embodied in a great purpose of influencing the reality. the only exception was the "theory of transformation", which was built in the last decade of this life. there, prebisch moves off practical matters and speculates about the creation of a new economic system, through a synthesis of socialism and liberalism.
Folclore e medicina popular na Amaz?nia
Henrique, Márcio Couto;
História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-59702009000400008
Abstract: this discussion of the relations between folklore and popular medicine in the amazon takes canuto azevedo's story "filhos do boto" (children of the porpoise) as an analytical reference point. replete with elements of cultural reality, folk tales can serve as historical testimonies expressing clashes between different traditions. folk records are fruit of what is often a quarrelsome dialogue between folklorists, social scientists, physicians, and pajés and their followers, and their analysis should take into account the conditions under which they were produced. based on the imaginary attached to the figure of the porpoise - a seductive creature with healing powers - the article explores how we might expand knowledge of popular medicine as practiced in the amazon, where the shamanistic rite known as pajelan?a cabocla has a strong presence.
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