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A evolu o demográfica da freguesia do Bonfim da cidade do Porto na época contemporanea
Luís Grosso Correia
Revista da Faculdade de Letras : Historia , 2009,
E-learning: perspectiva histórica de um processo em curso
Luís Grosso Correia,Bruno Pinheiro
Revista da Faculdade de Letras : Historia , 2012,
Abstract: This article aims to sketch a diachronic analysis of a centenary process that must not be reduced to its micro-computerized version: the e-learning. If its historical process was started by the emissions supported by radio-broadcasters, was reinforced during World War II due to the use of educational films applied to the Army training and was affirmed by the mass use of multimedia micro-computers connected to telematic networks in the late twentieth century, then it is relevant to know the evolution of the theoretical, technological and pedagogical means used in the e-learning process. This historical approach intends also to understand the role played by the the nature, mission and methods of the distance education and educational technology in the shaping process of the e-learning’s educational rationale.
O ensino primário nos espa os-tempos da I República no Brasil (1889-1930) e em Portugal (1910-1926)
Ana Lúcia Fernandes,Luís Grosso Correia
Revista da Faculdade de Letras : Historia , 2010,
Abstract: This article is the fi rst result of an ongoing comparative study of the education systems in the spaces-times of the earliest republican regimes established in Brazil (1889-1930) and Portugal (1910-1926). It takes as reference the reforms introduced in primary education, curriculum and teacher training processes of both countries and outlines a conclusion/comparison, having as historical backdrop the educational solutions taken in France in the 1880s (with the principle of secularism on the top).
Problematiza??o das dificuldades de aprendizagem nas necessidades educativas especiais
Correia,Luís de Miranda;
Análise Psicológica , 2004,
Abstract: the portuguese legislation on special education does not consider learning disabilities as a category of the special educational needs spectrum. as such, students with learning disabilities are not entitled to receive specialized services needed to answer to their special needs. this article attempts to demonstrate that learning disabilities is a category of the special educational needs spectrum; therefore, the students with learning disabilities should receive special educational services when recommended in their individualized educational programs (iep).
Para uma defini??o portuguesa de dificuldades de aprendizagem específicas
Correia, Luís de Miranda;
Revista Brasileira de Educa??o Especial , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-65382007000200002
Abstract: we know today that there is a group of children whose neurological disorders interfere with their way of processing information that, in many instances, will require the services and support of special education. these kinds of disorders usually affect the student's ability to read, write or do math calculations, or even affect the acquisition of social skills; the students who present them are generally called students with specific learning disabilities (sld). however, in portugal this seems not to be the case. by not considering sld an area of disability that qualifies for special services, the ministry of education is limiting the access of students who present them to sound educational programs, thus preventing them from learning effectively in accordance to their characteristics and needs. with this in mind, this article attempts to conceptualize a portuguese definition of sld that could lead to an understanding of such a misguided issue and, thus, contribute to the elaboration of effective educational responses for students who present sld.
Cellular Automata under the influence of noise
Luís Correia,Thomas Wehrle
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: Noise in the local transition function is compared to fluctuations in the updating times of the cells. Obtained results are shown to be quite different in both cases. In this extended abstract we briefly explain the problem and present results obtained and comment them.
Genome-Wide Analysis of Alternative Splicing during Dendritic Cell Response to a Bacterial Challenge
Raquel Rodrigues, Ana Rita Grosso, Luís Moita
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0061975
Abstract: The immune system relies on the plasticity of its components to produce appropriate responses to frequent environmental challenges. Dendritic cells (DCs) are critical initiators of innate immunity and orchestrate the later and more specific adaptive immunity. The generation of diversity in transcriptional programs is central for effective immune responses. Alternative splicing is widely considered a key generator of transcriptional and proteomic complexity, but its role has been rarely addressed systematically in immune cells. Here we used splicing-sensitive arrays to assess genome-wide gene- and exon-level expression profiles in human DCs in response to a bacterial challenge. We find widespread alternative splicing events and splicing factor transcriptional signatures induced by an E. coli challenge to human DCs. Alternative splicing acts in concert with transcriptional modulation, but these two mechanisms of gene regulation affect primarily distinct functional gene groups. Alternative splicing is likely to have an important role in DC immunobiology because it affects genes known to be involved in DC development, endocytosis, antigen presentation and cell cycle arrest.
DEVELOP-FPS: a First Person Shooter Development Tool for Rule-based Scripts
Bruno Correia,Paulo Urbano,Luís Muniz
International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence , 2012,
Abstract: We present DEVELOP-FPS, a software tool specially designed for the development of First Person Shooter (FPS) players controlled by Rule Based Scripts. DEVELOP-FPS may be used by FPS developers to create, debug, maintain and compare rule base player behaviours, providing a set of useful functionalities: i) for an easy preparation of the right scenarios for game debugging and testing; ii) for controlling the game execution: users can stop and resume the game execution at any instant, monitoring and controlling every player in the game, monitoring the state of each player, their rule base activation, being able to issue commands to control their behaviour; and iii) to automatically run a certain number of game executions and collect data in order to evaluate and compare the players performance along a sufficient number of similar experiments.
Chemical composition and biological screening of Capsella bursa-pastoris
Clara Grosso,Juliana Vinholes,Luís R. Silva,Paula Guedes de Pinho
Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia , 2011,
Abstract: Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medik. (Brassicaceae) is a wild herb with high nutritional value that can be eaten raw or cooked. A metabolomic study was performed with different extracts of its aerial parts that were tested concerning their antiradical, acetylcholinesterase inhibitory and antibacterial activities. Phenolic compounds were identified and quantified by HPLC-DAD, organic acids and amino acids were determined by HPLC-UV, while free fatty acids and sterols were analysed by GC-ITMS. The vegetal material was rich in kaempferol-3-O-rutinoside (mean value 2247.09 mg/kg of dry plant), quinic acid (95628.00 mg/kg of dry plant), arginine (mean value of 1.18 mg/kg of dry plant), palmitic acid (284.48 mg/kg) and β-sitosterol (28%). The extracts presented a concentration-dependent antiradical activity (against DPPH , O2 - and LOO ), being most effective against NO (EC25 0.20 μg/mL). In addition, the extracts were also acetylcholinesterase inhibitors and antibacterial active, revealing that, besides the plant's good nutritional value, it presents important biological properties as well.
Infec??o respiratória por bactérias do complexo cepacia: Evolu??o clínica em doentes com fibrose quística
Correia,Susana; Nascimento,Catarina; Pereira,Luísa; Cunha,Mónica V; Sá-Correia,Isabel; Barreto,Celeste;
Revista Portuguesa de Pneumologia , 2008,
Abstract: bacteria of the burkholderia cepacia complex (bcc), a group of nine related species, are opportunistic pathogens in cystic fibrosis (cf) patients, associated with a poor prognosis and patient-to-patient transmissibility. the pulmonary deterioration in bcc-colonised/infected patients has a heterogeneous pattern leading, sometimes, to a fulminant development - the cepaciasyndrome. to evaluate the relationship between colonisation/infection by the different bcc species and the clinical course, the authors carried out a retrospective study of 31 cf patients with bcc bacteria isolations followed at hospital de santa maria from january 1995 to march 2006. patients were categorised into two groups: group i, with intermittent isolations and group ii with chronic isolations. the prevalence of bcc species was as follows: b. cepacia 57%, b. cenocepacia 43%, b. multivorans 7%, b. stabilis 13%. three of the patients died of cepacia syndrome. the species b. cepacia and b. stabilis, usually less frequent in cf populations of europe and america, were isolated in a considerable percentage of the patients examined. no correlation could be established between the species and the clinical outcome. deteriorated but not stable patients from group ii, whose lung function and pulmonary exacerbationcaused hospitalisation could be retrospectively analysed, exhibited significant differences in the number of hospitalisations and pulmonary function (fev1) in the year prior to and the years following bcc isolation. based on the available data, it is not currently possible to outline preventive measures through the molecular characterisation of bcc isolates, reinforcing the notion that the recommended control measures must be followed.
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