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A Consultoria Interna de Recursos Humanos como Prática Catalisadora da Gest o do Conhecimento Organizacional
Dante Marciano Girardi,édis Mafra Lapolli,Kelly Cristina Benetti Tonani Tosta
Revista de Ciências da Administra??o : RCA , 2009,
Abstract: Este artigo objetiva analisar a contribui o da Consultoria Interna de Recursos Humanos para a Gest o do Conhecimento nas indústrias catarinenses de grande porte. Os procedimentos metodológicos seguiram a linha qualitativa, por meio da pesquisa descritiva e aplicada. Foram entrevistadas sete das maiores empresas catarinenses em número de funcionários. Utilizou-se análise documental e de conteúdo. Quanto aos resultados, a consultoria interna auxilia principalmente nas etapas de socializa o e externaliza o do conhecimento. Além disso, se implementada na sua totalidade e dada autonomia ao consultor interno, permite uma maior intera o nos níveis individual, grupal e organizacional descritos por Sabbag (2007). Assim, pode-se perceber que as empresas que possuem maior grau de autonomia, bem como maior nível de implementa o s o aquelas que os processos s o mais compartilhados, socializados e internalizados pelos funcionários. Dessa forma, pode-se afirmar que, nas empresas analisadas, o desenvolvimento dos processos de CIRH catalisa os resultados da Gest o do Conhecimento nas mesmas.
A Process for Extracting Non-Taxonomic Relationships of Ontologies from Text  [PDF]
Ivo Serra, Rosario Girardi
Intelligent Information Management (IIM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/iim.2011.34014
Abstract: Manual construction of ontologies by domain experts and knowledge engineers is an expensive and time consuming task so, automatic and/or semiautomatic approaches are needed. Ontology learning looks for identifying ontology elements like non-taxonomic relationships from information sources. These relationships correspond to slots in a frame-based ontology. This article proposes an initial process for semiautomatic extraction of non-taxonomic relationships of ontologies from textual sources. It uses Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques to identify good candidates of non-taxonomic relationships and a data mining technique to suggest their possible best level in the ontology hierarchy. Once the extraction of these relationships is essentially a retrieval task, the metrics of this field like recall, precision and f-measure are used to perform evaluation.
Soy Consumption and Obesity  [PDF]
Dante Roccisano, Maciej Henneberg
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2012.32038
Abstract: Obesity is now present worldwide, including China, India and developing countries. It now seems no longer acceptable to argue that obesity can simply be explained in terms of caloric consumption only using simple concept of energy in and energy out. There may be specific causes of altered metabolism that produce nutritional imbalances. Individual variation in response to food intake may also be considered. Specific substances in the food chain can influence meta-bolism towards an increase in fat deposits. Xenoestrogens have been suggested to have such an influence. Soy contains phytoestrogens plus phytates, protease inhibitors and other anti-nutrients which block or compromise the body’s uptake of essential vitamins and minerals. This may contribute to nutritional anomalies. We analyzed data from WHO and FAO for 167 countries. These contained percentage of obese individuals (BMI > 30 kg/m2), GDP, caloric consump-tion per capita, and sugar and soy consumption per capita. Regressions and partial correlations were used. Soy con-sumption correlates significantly with levels of obesity, irrespective of GDP and caloric intake. For instance, poor Latin America with soy consumption of 28.9 kg/person/year has more obesity (18.4%) than better off European Union (14.1%) consuming 16.1 kg/person/year of soy. Soy consumption seems to contribute approximately 10% - 21% to the worldwide variation in obesity, depending on the method of statistical analysis. The ubiquitous presence of unfermented soy products in mass produced foods seems to be an important contributor to the obesity epidemic.
La ética teológica en Espa a
Vidal, Marciano
Isegoría , 1994,
Towards inhomogeneous loop quantum cosmology: triangulating Bianchi IX with perturbations
Antonino Marciano
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: This brief article sums up results obtained in arXiv:0911.2653, which develops a constrained SU(2) lattice gauge theory in the "dipole" approximation. This is a further step toward the issue of a (inhomogeneous) loop quantum cosmology and its merging into loop quantum gravity.
The Effects of Modafinil in People with a Diagnosis of Schizophrenia  [PDF]
Christopher A. Griffiths, Alessandra Girardi
Open Journal of Psychiatry (OJPsych) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojpsych.2018.81008
Abstract: This review seeks to describe the use and effects of the drug modafinil. Specifically, it presents the research of the impact of modafinil for people with diagnosis and experience of schizophrenia. Recent reviews have shown that modafinil can positively impact on cognitive function in people with a diagnosis of schizophrenia. There is emerging evidence for the positive impact of modafinil on negative symptoms, functioning, quality of life, wellbeing, and body mass index (BMI) for people with schizophrenia. Compared to other central nerve stimulant (CNS) drugs, modafinil has a low risk of dependency and few negative side effects; but there are risks of triggering positive symptoms in schizophrenia. A well designed and sufficiently large randomised control trial is required to test the potential of the impact of modafinil in the lives of people with a diagnosis of schizophrenia. Future research should report participant’s perspective of the value of modafinil connected to what concerns them and what they want to achieve in their lives.
Mapas desejantes: uma agenda para a Cartografia Geográfica
Girardi, Gisele;
Pro-Posi??es , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-73072009000300010
Abstract: this paper brings a discussion on how cartographic images disseminated in social life produce worlds and captures us for them or, in others words, they desire us. four scenes from the author's daily-life situations were used. in all of scenes, maps were present. the meaning of the cartographic production in these specific contexts, as well as their strength in the creation of an image of the world - in the production of a world - was studied. the consequences of this reflection in geography, including geography teaching, were discussed, considering that this is an important issue for geographic cartography.
Do financial investors affect the price of wheat?
Daniele Girardi
PSL Quarterly Review , 2012,
Abstract: It is widely debated whether financial speculation was a significant force behind recent food price fluctuations. As a matter of fact, during the 2000s agricultural commodity derivatives markets were flooded by a ‘wall of money’ coming from financial investors. In agricultural exchanges, the greatest part of this huge financial inflow came from index traders, i.e. financial actors that follow a passive strategy of tracking a commodity index. In this article I present new empirical evidence that supports the hypothesis that financial investments have affected wheat price dynamics in recent years. In particular, I focus on Hard Red Winter (HRW) wheat. Since 2007 HRW wheat price fluctuations have been positively related to US stock market returns and oil price movements. These correlations appear to be determined by commodity index traders, since both these relationships proved to be spurious, with the most tracked commodity index as the confounding variable.
Die Rolle des Operationsberichtes im Schadensfall
Girardi F
Journal für Gyn?kologische Endokrinologie , 2009,
A secondary clump of red giant stars: why and where
Leo Girardi
Physics , 1999, DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-8711.1999.02746.x
Abstract: Based on the results of detailed population synthesis models, it was recently claimed that the clump of red giants in the colour-magnitude diagram (CMD) of composite stellar populations should present an extension to lower luminosities, which goes down to about 0.4 mag below the main clump. This feature is made of stars just massive enough for having ignited helium in non-degenerate conditions. In this paper, we go into more details about the origin and properties of this feature. We first compare the clump theoretical models with data for clusters of different ages and metallicities, basically confirming the predicted behaviours. We then refine the previous models in order to show that: (i) The faint extension is expected to be clearly separated from the main clump in the CMD of metal-rich populations, defining a secondary clump by itself. (ii) It should be present in all galactic fields containing ~1 Gyr old stars and with mean metallicities higher than about Z=0.004. (iii) It should be particularly strong, if compared to the main red clump, in galaxies which have increased their star formation rate in the last Gyr or so of their evolution. In fact, secondary clumps similar to the model predictions are observed in the CMD of nearby stars from Hipparcos data, and in those of some LMC fields observed to date. There are also several reasons why this secondary clump may be missing or hidden in other observed CMDs of galaxy fields (e.g. photometric errors or differential absorption larger than 0.2 mag). Nonetheless, this structure may provide important constraints to the star formation history of Local Group galaxies. We comment also on the intrinsic luminosity variation and dispersion of clump stars, which may limit their use as either absolute or relative distance indicators.
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