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Supporting Information Extraction from Visual Documents  [PDF]
Giuseppe Della Penna, Sergio Orefice
Journal of Computer and Communications (JCC) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2016.46004
Abstract: Visual Information Extraction (VIE) is a technique that enables users to perform information extraction from visual documents driven by the visual appearance and the spatial relations occurring among the elements in the document. In particular, the extractions are expressed through a query language similar to the well known SQL. To further reduce the human effort in the extraction task, in this paper we present a fully formalized assistance mechanism that helps users in the interactive formulation of the queries.
"Escute, pai": diálogos entre filhos(as) e pais em can??es populares brasileiras
Penna, Maura;
Per Musi , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-75992010000200013
Abstract: the relationships between parents and their children configure a specific part of the relationship between generations, as they occur on the nucleus of the family, which is a social institution linked together by dependency, responsibility and emotional bounds. several songs which have these relationships as a theme are grouped on the album como nossos pais (2008) (like our parents). this album exemplifies a tendency, also present in the phonographic industry, of the preservation of musical production, as it presents several recordings from dates varying between 1966 to 1988. from this album, we have selected three songs that clearly fits the scenario of a son/daughter speaking to his/her father: papai me empresta o carro (dad lend me the car) (by roberto de carvalho and rita lee); já fui (i'm gone) (by marina lima and ant?nio cícero); pai (father) (by fábio jr.). in an analysis that articulates contributions from sociology and psychology, we reveal how these songs show different moments of the process, with their contradictions, through which the youth conquers maturity and autonomy. we also show how these songs reflect the social transformations on the configuration of the family and sexual behavior. we also discuss, based on the typology proposed by tatit, how these songs deal differently with the relationship between lyrics and melody.
Forma o de professores e ensino privado noturno: uma breve reflex o sobre cursos superiores de História
Rejane Penna
OPSIS : Revista do Departamento de História e Ciências Sociais , 2007,
Abstract: Formation of professorsand nocturnal private education:one soon reflection on superiorcourses of History. In recent yearsit was attended, if not to a epistemológicalrevolution, some significanttransformations in the interpretationand writing of History.One searched to surpass a timewhere if it always worked the sametechniques of inquiry, also folloiedof the same sources and subjects.In the present text, from the concomitantexperience of working asa teacher in higher education andhistoriógrafa the Historical Archiveof Rio Grande do Sul, analyzesthe difficulties so that the processof historiographical renewal penetratesin the nocturnal private superioreducation of the courses ofHistory.
O Engenho dos Movimentos Sociais: reforma agrária e significa o social na zona canavieira de Pernambuco
Camila Penna
Sociedade e Estado , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/s0102-69922011000300015
Policy Contexts of Social Work in Britain: the wider implications of 'New' Labour and the 'New Legal Regime'
Penna, Sue
Social Work and Society , 2003,
Abstract: Several commentators have expressed disappointment with New Labour's apparent adherence to the policy frameworks of the previous Conservative administrations. The employment orientation of its welfare programmes, the contradictory nature of the social exclusion initiatives, and the continuing obsession with public sector marketisation, inspections, audits, standards and so on, have all come under critical scrutiny (c.f., Blyth 2001; Jordan 2001; Orme 2001). This paper suggests that in order to understand the socio-economic and political contexts affecting social work we need to examine the relationship between New Labour's modernisation project and its insertion within an architecture of global governance. In particular, membership of the European Union (EU), International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Trade Organisation (WTO) set the parameters for domestic policy in important ways. Whilst much has been written about the economic dimensions of 'globalisation' in relation to social work rather less has been noted about the ways in which domestic policy agenda are driven by multilateral governance objectives. This policy dimension is important in trying to respond to various changes affecting social work as a professional activity. What is possible, what is encouraged, how things might be done, is tightly bounded by the policy frameworks governing practice and affected by those governing the lives of service users. It is unhelpful to see policy formulation in purely national terms as the UK is inserted into a network governance structure, a regulatory framework where decisions are made by many countries and organisations and agencies. Together, they are producing a 'new legal regime', characterised by a marked neo-liberal policy agenda. This paper aims to demonstrate the relationship of New Labour's modernisation programme to these new forms of legality by examining two main policy areas and the welfare implications they are enmeshed in. The first is privatisation, and the second is social policy in the European Union. Examining these areas allows a demonstration of how much of the New Labour programme can be understood as a local implementation of a transnational strategy, how parts of that strategy produce much of the social exclusion it purports to address, and how social welfare, and particularly social work, are noticeable by their absence within policy discourses of the strategy. The paper details how the privatisation programme is considered to be a crucial vehicle for the further development of a transnational political-economy, where capital acc
Fuentes Orales en el contexto brasile o: Avances y Perspectivas
Penna Rejane
Indivisa : Boletin de Estudios e Investigación , 2006,
Camila Penna
Revista Debates , 2008,
Abstract: The article aims at suggesting a dialogue between some theoretical concepts often used on Latin-American political participation and social movement literature, namely: political project, political culture, hybridism and frame. Taking into account the theoretical debate on political culture and democracy in Latin America weanalyze three social movements emerged in Argentine in the 90’s and the beginning of the XXI Century. After discussing some of the characteristics of these social movements we argue that such movements represent an innovation to the meaning of political participation and democracy and that this innovation allows us toquestion, to some extent, what has been generally treated by the literature as the Latin-American traditional political culture.
Deslocamento e adapta es: uma proposta de interpreta o das narrativas de migrantes, unindo elementos da hermenêutica e da análise de discurso.
Penna, Rejane
Estudos Ibero Americanos , 2006,
Abstract: Buscou-se construir e testar metodologias de análise de entrevistas, discutindo as possibilidades de interpreta o das narrativas de uma experiência específica: o deslocamento e a inser o da nova comunidade de indivíduos de diversas localidade urbanas para morar e trabalhar em Canoas, cidade industrial situada na regi o metropolitana do Rio Grande do Sul. As conclus es indicaram que os migrantes enfocados n o se integraram efetivamente na vida da nova cidade, reconstruindo o novo espa o dentro de uma perspectiva enla ada ao mundo anterior, onde a demarca o social n o se fez entre casa e rua, mas entre centro e períferia.
Poder simbólico e protesto: uma análise das representa es dos governos brasileiros e argentinos sobre as a es do MST e do movimento piquetero
Camila Penna
Espacio Abierto , 2012,
Abstract: The article aims to identify and analyze representations produced by governments in Brazil and Argentina to classify social protest and its protagonists between 2000 and 2005. Working with the concept of "nomination power" (Bourdieu, 2007), the study analyzes speeches by executive power representatives regarding protest actions, published in newspapers from 2000 to 2005. Through thematic content analysis, the speeches of ministers, presidents and spokesmen are examined in the categories of: protest actions of MST and the piqueteros; MST and piqueteros as political actors; and official reactions by the government to such actions
Quantum dynamics of two-dimensional vortex pairs with arbitrary total vorticity
V. Penna
Physics , 1999, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.59.7127
Abstract: Quantum dynamics of a vortex pair is investigated by considering the pair Hamiltonian within various, unequivalent algebraic frameworks. First the vortex pair spectrum is constructed in the standard contest of the e(2)-like dynamical symmetry and its degeneracy is thoroughly examined. Then the Berry phase phenomenon is studied through an su(1,1) realization of the pair Hamiltonian when its parameters are assumed to be time-dependent, whereas the Feynman- Onsager quantization conditions are recovered by means of symmetry arguments within a third approach based on a magneticlike description of the vortex pair. Finally, it is shown how recasting the dynamical algebra in terms of two-particle realization of both su(2) and su(1,1) provides the correct approach for the quantization of the model Hamiltonian accounting for the pair scattering from a disklike obstacle.
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