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Método de calibra o de modelos de micro-simula o de tráfego através de otimiza o multivariada
Davi R. Campos Araújo,Gabriel B. Jacondino,Helena Beatriz B. Cybis,Carla S. ten Caten
Transportes , 2009,
Abstract: Este artigo apresenta um método para calibra o de simuladores microscópicos de tráfego, implementado através de projetos de experimentos com otimiza o multivariada. O estudo de caso foi desenvolvido em Porto Alegre, utilizando-se o modelo microscópico de simula o DRACULA. Nesse estudo, os parametros comportamentais do DRACULA s o calibrados para que o modelo reproduza os valores de indicadores de desempenho, como fluxos, tempos de viagem e comprimentos de fila, observados em campo. Os resultados obtidos foram satisfatórios e o método de calibra o aplicado apresentou-se eficiente.
Ethnic Diversity as Tool of Good Governance in Nigerian Political Dialectics  [PDF]
Chika J. B. Gabriel Okpalike
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.36021
Abstract: The principles of Good Governance presume peoples, nations, systems, corporations, cultures and so forth. These entities are what must be found at the backdrop of a possible Good Governance in Nigeria. Meanwhile the collapse of any civilization; the decay of any society; the death of the human spirit in any epoch is often heralded by the deterioration of culture. In other words anarchy in and disintegration of any society are consequent upon a decline, decadence, misconstrue or neglect in the culture of that society. Identifying the veritable Nigerian culture is a task outside whose accomplishment Good Governance in the country remains a farce, because it is a people who generate culture and a culture which grounds Good Governance. The quest for Good Governance in Nigeria is a pipe dream; a flight of fancy in as much as the Nigerian people is phantom and their culture inanity. Meanwhile it is more convenient to talk about the people, culture, language and religion of Nigeria in plural terms. Therefore we can only say Nigerian cultures, languages and religions. It was John S. Mbiti [1] and Emefie I. Metuh [2] who had agreed on this plurality only in terms of African Religions. Plurality as diversity is the essential character of Nigeria. We may conveniently talk about the Igbo (Likewise Yoruba, Hausa, Kalabari, Ogoni, Ibibio, Tiv and so on) culture, language, religion, people and so forth. Yet even at that, what we mean can easily identify with the past and dying ways of the people which the present recalls according to the strength of their hindsight, but which has no relevance at all on the life of those who commemorate them. This article from a phenomenological perspective understands culture as a unified way of life that binds a people together and identifies its absent presence in Nigeria with the inevitable consequence of the illusiveness of Good Governance. It then opens the vistas of another possibility of building Good Governance on the same diversity.
Modeling Landscape Evapotranspiration by Integrating Land Surface Phenology and a Water Balance Algorithm
Gabriel B. Senay
Algorithms , 2008, DOI: 10.3390/a1020052
Abstract: The main objective of this study is to present an improved modeling technique called Vegetation ET (VegET) that integrates commonly used water balance algorithms with remotely sensed Land Surface Phenology (LSP) parameter to conduct operational vegetation water balance modeling of rainfed systems at the LSP’s spatial scale using readily available global data sets. Evaluation of the VegET model was conducted using Flux Tower data and two-year simulation for the conterminous US. The VegET model is capable of estimating actual evapotranspiration (ETa) of rainfed crops and other vegetation types at the spatial resolution of the LSP on a daily basis, replacing the need to estimate crop- and region-specific crop coefficients.
Curital INIA: Nueva Variedad de Zapallo Italiano (Cucurbita pepo L.) del Tipo Negro Chileno
Bascur B.,Gabriel;
Agricultura Técnica , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0365-28072006000400012
Abstract: the zucchini squash (cucurbita pepo l.) type ?negro chileno? is the most cultivated in chile; its fruit is conic shaped, elongated and dark green in color with light green longitudinal stripes. plant and fruit characteristics are variable and it has a low yield potential. the scarce commercial cultivars available for this type of squash, the production and quality problems that affect the small farmer, and the high cost of seed of some hybrid cultivars, have been the motivation for this breeding project in the la platina research center of the agricultural research institute. starting from plants selected from commercial plantings of the ?negro chileno? zucchini and using self-pollination and inter-pollination methods were obtained pure lines, which were evaluated in different seasons and locations. this allowed the identification of several lines with very good growth, fruit quality and high yield potential, from which the variety curital inia was obtained. this new variety, of open pollination, is characterized by an erect growth habit, high fruit production at the first harvest, and an 18.9% yield increase with respect to the ?negro chileno? type. its fruit is of a cylindrical shape, brilliant, dark green color with light green stripes.
TREPADOR-INIA: VARIEDAD DE POROTO VERDE (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) PARA CULTIVO BAJO INVERNADERO
Bascur B.,Gabriel;
Agricultura Técnica , 2002, DOI: 10.4067/S0365-28072002000100016
Abstract: as a result of the genetic improvement work carried out with green pod beans by la platina regional research center, the national agricultural research institute (inia) has developed the variety trepador-inia. this new cultivar was obtained by masal selection from a local ecotype, collected in the province of san felipe, v region, chile, and is recommended as a greenhouse crop, mainly for rotation between two tomato cycles with the benefits this implies from a phytosanitary point of view. its most important characteristics are its climbing habit and its large flat light green threadless pod. it is an early cultivar starting production around 65-70 days after planting with a harvest period of 30-40 days, and high yield potential which varies between 15-30 t ha-1 depending if planted in autumn or spring. its green pod yield, evaluated in different locations and crop seasons, was significantly better than the enriqueta cultivar, which has traditionally been grown in greenhouses. it is recommended for temperate zones where the greenhouse furnishes the temperature required by the bean plant, but respecting this condition it can be planted in any period. another possibility is to use it outside in the spring-summer season with stakes or a trellis and get similar yields to those produced in greenhouses.
El cuidado intensivo cardiovascular pediátrico en Colombia The pediatric cardiovascular intensive care in Colombia
Gabriel Cassalett B
Revista Colombiana de Cardiología , 2010,
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EDUTECH PORTAL – METHODICAL HELP FOR TEACHING TECHNICS
Bánesz Gabriel
Technológia vzdelávania , 2012,
Abstract: On the 2nd of September a new web locality EduTech Portal was set up. Its purpose is the communication between departments preparing future teachers of the subject Technics and pedagogical praxis. The website contents teaching aids, methodical materials, jobsheets, animation, aplets and videos. The departments, in the field of technical education at primary schools, are this way trying to help teachers with their problems with the technical and methodical part of the subject during the school reform period. The text presents the first experiences and observations from the first year of the website existence. First of all, it is dealing with the results of the survey, that should determine the status of the subject Technics.
TREPADOR-INIA: VARIEDAD DE POROTO VERDE (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) PARA CULTIVO BAJO INVERNADERO Trepador-INIA: Green bean variety (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) for greenhouse conditions
Gabriel Bascur B.
Agricultura Técnica , 2002,
Abstract: Como resultado del trabajo de mejoramiento genético que realiza el Centro Regional de Investigación La Platina en poroto para producción en fresco, el Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias ha desarrollado la variedad Trepador-INIA. Esta nueva variedad fue obtenida por un trabajo de selección masal a partir de un ecotipo local recolectado en la provincia de San Felipe, V Región, y se recomienda para uso en invernadero como una alternativa de rotación entre dos ciclos de cultivo de tomate, con los beneficios que esto significa desde el punto de vista fitosanitario. Las características más importantes son su hábito de crecimiento guiador, una agresiva aptitud trepadora, y una vaina larga, plana y de color verde claro sin presencia de hilo. Es precoz, ya que inicia su producción a los 65-70 días con un período de cosecha de 30-40 días, y con alto potencial de rendimiento, que puede variar entre 15-30 t ha-1 de vainas, dependiendo si se establece en la estación de oto o o primavera. Su rendimiento en vaina verde, evaluado en distintas temporadas y localidades, fue significativamente superior a la variedad Enriqueta, que ha sido tradicionalmente cultivada en invernadero. Se recomienda para las zonas donde el invernadero permita obtener las temperaturas adecuadas que requiere el poroto, por lo que dependiendo de esta condición puede ser sembrado en cualquier período del a o. Otra posibilidad de uso es al aire libre, en época de primavera-verano con tutores o en espaldera, y con rendimientos similares a los obtenidos en invernadero. As a result of the genetic improvement work carried out with green pod beans by La Platina Regional Research Center, the National Agricultural Research Institute (INIA) has developed the variety Trepador-INIA. This new cultivar was obtained by masal selection from a local ecotype, collected in the province of San Felipe, V Region, Chile, and is recommended as a greenhouse crop, mainly for rotation between two tomato cycles with the benefits this implies from a phytosanitary point of view. Its most important characteristics are its climbing habit and its large flat light green threadless pod. It is an early cultivar starting production around 65-70 days after planting with a harvest period of 30-40 days, and high yield potential which varies between 15-30 t ha-1 depending if planted in autumn or spring. Its green pod yield, evaluated in different locations and crop seasons, was significantly better than the Enriqueta cultivar, which has traditionally been grown in greenhouses. It is recommended for temperate zones where the gree
Curital INIA: Nueva Variedad de Zapallo Italiano (Cucurbita pepo L.) del Tipo Negro Chileno Curital INIA: A New Zucchini Squash (Cucurbita pepo L.) Cultivar of the “Chilean Black” Type
Gabriel Bascur B.
Agricultura Técnica , 2006,
Abstract: El zapallo italiano (Cucurbita pepo L.) tipo “Negro Chileno” es el más cultivado en Chile; su fruto de forma cónica, alargada, de color verde oscuro, con la presencia de estrías longitudinales de color verde claro. Presenta una gran desuniformidad en las características de planta y fruto, y es de bajo potencial productivo. La escasa disponibilidad de variedades comerciales de este tipo de zapallo, los problemas de producción y calidad que enfrenta el peque o agricultor, y el alto costo de semilla de algunas variedades híbridas, han sido las motivaciones para realizar este trabajo de mejoramiento genético, en el Centro Regional de Investigación La Platina del Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias. A partir de selecciones hechas en cultivos comerciales de zapallo italiano “Negro Chileno”, y mediante autofecundaciones e interpolinizaciones se obtuvieron líneas puras, las que fueron evaluadas en distintas temporadas y localidades. Esto permitió identificar varias líneas de muy buen hábito de crecimiento, buena calidad fruto, y alto potencial de rendimiento, a partir de las cuales se obtuvo la variedad Curital INIA. Esta nueva variedad, de polinización abierta, se caracteriza por tener un hábito de crecimiento erecto, alta producción de frutos a la primera cosecha, y un rendimiento total superior en un 18,9% respecto del tipo “Negro Chileno”. Su fruto es de forma cilíndrica, brillante, de color verde oscuro con estrías verde claro. The zucchini squash (Cucurbita pepo L.) type “Negro Chileno” is the most cultivated in Chile; its fruit is conic shaped, elongated and dark green in color with light green longitudinal stripes. Plant and fruit characteristics are variable and it has a low yield potential. The scarce commercial cultivars available for this type of squash, the production and quality problems that affect the small farmer, and the high cost of seed of some hybrid cultivars, have been the motivation for this breeding project in the La Platina Research Center of the Agricultural Research Institute. Starting from plants selected from commercial plantings of the “Negro Chileno” zucchini and using self-pollination and inter-pollination methods were obtained pure lines, which were evaluated in different seasons and locations. This allowed the identification of several lines with very good growth, fruit quality and high yield potential, from which the variety Curital INIA was obtained. This new variety, of open pollination, is characterized by an erect growth habit, high fruit production at the first harvest, and an 18.9% yield increase with respect to
A Prototype Master Code of Accounting Structure to Facilitate Accurate Measures of Construction Labor Productivity across Multiple Projects  [PDF]
Gabriel B. Dadi, Paul M. Goodrum, David Bonham
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2014.41008
Abstract:

The United States National Academies identified several recommendations for the construction industry in 2009 to improve industry performance. One of the key recommendations was the development of reliable productivity measures to improve the efficiency and support of developing new construction innovations. Difficulty in measuring real output in the industry is a challenge that has prevented reliable productivity metrics. An alternative approach would be to consistently measure activity productivity across multiple construction projects throughout the United States and develop an aggregate measure accordingly. However, activity measures are inconsistent across both construction projects and even projects within the same company. Identifying an industry standard code of accounting would be a critical first step towards improving industry performance. The authors collected code of accounts from six large construction firms to identify the impact that code structure has on the ability to accurately measure labor productivity on a current along with the ability to estimate it on future projects as well. This paper focuses on mechanical piping code structure and productivity comparisons to the widely used industry estimating manuals produced by RSMeans Building Construction Cost Data and Richardson’s Process Plan Construction Cost Estimating Standards (PPCES). The paper’s contribution to the overall body knowledge illustrates the significance and degree of the impact that piping and conduit code structures related to diameter size, material type, and installation location have on accurately measuring productivity rates. The methods can be applied to other trade activities to develop an industry-wide standard code structure.

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