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Uso de Pesquisa Bibliográfica em Informática na Educacão: um Mapeamento Sistemático

Juliana Patrícia Detroz, Mauro Hinz, Marcelo Da Silva Hounsell
2015 Revista Brasileira de Informática na Educação  
contabilizado em cada um deles.Figura 2 :Esquema do processo de coleta e extração de dados Na aplicação dos CEs e CIs, assim como na extração dos dados, foi realizada a análise por dois co-autores, Detroz e Hinz  ... 
doi:10.5753/rbie.2015.23.01.28 fatcat:quutpva4cvfktpoukxurupjwwu

Speckle statistics in adaptive optics images at visible wavelengths [article]

Marco Stangalini, Fernando Pedichini, Enrico Pinna, Julian C. Christou, John Hill, Alfio Puglisi, Vanessa P Bailey, Mauro Centrone, Dario Del Moro, Simone Esposito, Fabrizio Fiore, Emanuele Giallongo (+1 others)
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Residual speckles in adaptive optics (AO) images represent a well-known limitation on the achievement of the contrast needed for faint source detection. Speckles in AO imagery can be the result of either residual atmospheric aberrations, not corrected by the AO, or slowly evolving aberrations induced by the optical system. We take advantage of the high temporal cadence (1 ms) of the data acquired by the System for Coronagraphy with High-order Adaptive Optics from R to K bands-VIS forerunner
more » ... riment at the Large Binocular Telescope to characterize the AO residual speckles at visible wavelengths. An accurate knowledge of the speckle pattern and its dynamics is of paramount importance for the application of methods aimed at their mitigation. By means of both an automatic identification software and information theory, we study the main statistical properties of AO residuals and their dynamics. We therefore provide a speckle characterization that can be incorporated into numerical simulations to increase their realism and to optimize the performances of both real-time and postprocessing techniques aimed at the reduction of the speckle noise.
arXiv:1809.10383v1 fatcat:fdtmedkgenhrdmmngowhoo5gdu

The NIR arm of SHARK: System for coronagraphy with High-order Adaptive optics from R to K bands

Jacopo Farinato, Carlo Baffa, Andrea Baruffolo, Maria Bergomi, Luca Carbonaro, Alexis Carlotti, Mauro Centrone, Johanan Codona, Marco Dima, Simone Esposito, Daniela Fantinel, Giancarlo Farisato (+15 others)
2014 International Journal of Astrobiology  
There is a preliminary agreement with the LBTI PI (Phil Hinz) in order to install SHARK at the entrance foci of LBTI, as shown in Fig. 2 , using two deployable dichroics to feed the two SHARK channels  ...  coronagraphic mode) to other existing observing facilities, such as LUCI ('Lbt nir spectrograph Utility with Camera and Integral-field unit', see Mandel et al. (2007) ) and LBTI ('LBT Interferometer', see Hinz  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1473550414000494 fatcat:eigrk2teojaibmunotyin3lp3q

Special Issue on Generic Programming Editorial

RALF HINZE
2010 Journal of functional programming  
Hinze introduces a generic variant of the worker/wrapper transformation, illustrating the technique with numerous examples.  ...  The article "Factorising Folds for Faster Functions" by Graham Hutton, Mauro Jaskelioff and Andy Gill I would like to thank the authors and the numerous referees for their efforts in producing and reviewing  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0956796810000286 fatcat:5zs5dcu7rreldjf7zzn3gxa7ga

Page 147 of British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology Vol. 61, Issue 2 [page]

2006 British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology  
Mauro VF, Mauro LS, Hageman JH. Comparison of pentoxifylline pharmacokinetics between smokers and nonsmokers. J Clin Pharmacol 1992; 32: 1054-8. Zevin S, Benowitz NL.  ...  Hinze HJ. Zur Pharmakokinetik von 3,7-Dimetyl-1-(5-oxo-hexyl)- xantin (BL 191) am Menchen. Arzneimittelforschung 1972; 22: 1492-5.  ... 

XAO at LBT: current performances in the visible and upcoming upgrade

Enrico Pinna, Fernando Pedichini, Simone Esposito, Mauro Centrone, Alfio Puglisi, Jacopo Farinato, Luca Carbonaro, Guido Agapito, Marco Stangalini, Armando Riccardi, Marco Xompero, Runa Briguglio (+3 others)
2015
The Extreme Adaptive Optics is one of the new frontiers for astronomical AO and LBT is hosting one of the few XAO systems available on 8m class telescopes. With the 4Runner, a fast visible camera, we measured the AO performances at visible wavelengths. We were able to correct up to 500 modes at 1kHz of framerate, reaching Strehl ratios of about 40% at 630nm of wavelength. We will show the results obtained in daytime with the calibration source and on-sky using natural guidestars. These
more » ... ces have been obtained at the LBTI-DX focus, one of the 4 LBT focal stations equipped with a SCAO system. All these 4 systems will be upgraded in the framework of the SOUL project. The wavefront sensor detectors will be substituted with low readout noise ones, the adaptive secondary firmware and the AO control both improved. We will briefly describe here SOUL and its performances as estimated via numerical simulations.
doi:10.20353/k3t4cp1131616 fatcat:mkds3ww6gfcybl5w2fjpqomaam

Um Modelo de Custo para Nuvens IaaS baseado no Consumo de Energia de Máquinas Virtuais

Mauro Hinz, Charles C. Miers, Maurício A. Pillon, Guilherme P. Koslovski
2016 Anais do Simpósio Brasileiro de Sistemas de Informação (SBSI)   unpublished
A redução do consumo de energia de data centers é uma motivação constante para provedores de IaaS. Especificamente, o consumo de energia elétrica decorrente do uso de processadores é destaque entre os principais fatores consumidores. Entretanto, embora exista uma forte relação entre a carga computacional e o consumo dos processadores, os modelos de tarifação aplicados por provedores populares não consideram essa métrica como um elemento primário e variável. Esse trabalho quantifica esta
more » ... identificando o consumo por CPUs virtuais, que posteriormente são a base para rateio e cálculo do custo relacionado. O modelo proposto, Virtual Power, é discutido frente ao aplicado pela Amazon EC2. O estudo de caso aponta uma redução de custo para o provedor e um compartilhamento proporcional entre os usuários.
doi:10.5753/sbsi.2016.5955 fatcat:7vb7avx3ujahtkk2ku3ponawfm

Droplet breakup in homogeneous and isotropic turbulence [article]

Federico Toschi, Prasad Perlekar, Luca Biferale, Mauro Sbragaglia
2010 arXiv   pre-print
The Kolmogorov-Hinze criteria for droplets break-up can be tested also by means of simulations with different viscosity contrast between the two components.  ...  The present simulation allows to study droplets breakup conditions e.g. testing the Kolmogorov-Hinze criteria at changing the Reynolds number and the viscosity ratio between the dispersed and continuos  ... 
arXiv:1010.1795v1 fatcat:f4rejkaexfc4fmawxytzt5pdey

Genome-wide analysis of 944,133 individuals provides insights into the etiology of hemorrhoidal disease [article]

Tenghao Zheng, David Ellinghaus, Simonas Juzenas, François Cossais, Greta Burmeister, Gabriele Mayr, Isabella Friis Jørgensen, Maris Teder-Laving, Anne Heidi Skogholt, Karina Banasik, Thomas Becker, Frank Bokelmann (+68 others)
2020 medRxiv   pre-print
Hemorrhoidal disease (HEM) affects a large fraction of the population but its etiology including suspected genetic predisposition is poorly understood. We conducted a GWAS meta-analysis of 218,920 HEM patients and 725,213 controls of European ancestry, demonstrating modest heritability and genetic correlation with several other diseases from the gastrointestinal, neuroaffective and cardiovascular domains. HEM polygenic risk scores validated in 180,435 individuals from independent datasets
more » ... d the identification of those at risk and correlated with younger age of onset and recurrent surgery. We identified 102 independent HEM risk loci harboring genes whose expression is enriched in blood vessels and gastrointestinal tissues, and in pathways associated with smooth muscles, epithelial and endothelial development and morphogenesis. Network transcriptomic analyses of affected tissue from HEM patients highlighted HEM gene co-expression modules that are relevant to the development and integrity of the musculoskeletal and epidermal systems, and the organization of the extracellular matrix. We conclude HEM has a genetic component that predisposes to smooth muscle, epithelial and connective tissue dysfunction.
doi:10.1101/2020.12.03.20242776 fatcat:myzh7h5qarepre3fo2jc6mlsga

Droplet size distribution in homogeneous isotropic turbulence

Prasad Perlekar, Luca Biferale, Mauro Sbragaglia, Sudhir Srivastava, Federico Toschi
2012 Physics of Fluids  
We verified the validity of the criterion proposed by Hinze (1955) for droplet breakup and we measured the full probability distribution function (pdf) of droplets radii at different Reynolds numbers and  ...  The solid black line is the prediction of Hinze [Eq. (2) ].  ...  HINZE CRITERION The Hinze criterion, as in Eq. (2), provides the estimate for the maximum droplet diameter, D max , that should not undergo breakup at a fixed turbulence intensity.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.4719144 fatcat:f2jfos5acrakpi6e6v5jvqmivm

Page 821 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 93, Issue 2 [page]

2006 Psychological Abstracts  
, Jessica, 5116 Hinz, Michael, 5116 Hirai, Yuzo, 3322 Hiris, Eric, 3310 Hirsch, Alan R., 4637 Hirschfeld, Robert M.  ...  3637 Guan, Jianmin, 5702 Guberman, Carly, 4226 Gudelunas, David, 4075 Guedeney, Antoine, 3154 Guéguen, Nicolas, 6010 Guendler, Vera, 4660 Guest, Steve, 3297 Guilherme, Elza Rocha Lima, 4789 Guillén, Mauro  ... 

Inhalt [chapter]

1999 1998  
Hinz) 226 Mauda Bregoli-Russo -Teatro dei Gonzaga al tempo di Isabella d'Esté (F. Mehl- tretter) 228 Anna Eder -Das liebenswürdige Geschwätz meines Geschlechtes.  ...  Ernst) 178 Tullio De Mauro/Lia Formigari (a cura di) -Italian Studies in Linguistic Historiogra- phy. Proceedings of the Conference In ricordo di Antonio Pagliaro (S.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783112421741-toc fatcat:gw62agddsbasvfab3flhrxyw3e

Discussion On

Gianina Micu
2019 Romanian Journal of Psychoanalysis  
In 2016, Mauro Manica said that the unrepressed unconscious can be surfaced in analysis through the "musical dimension" of transference, characterised by the voice and prosody of language.  ...  We can ask many questions, as the presentation Eike Hinze held opens up the way in a manner that mimics the work of a psychoanalyst: perking the ears up, (self) questioning, recounting, reflecting and  ... 
doi:10.2478/rjp-2019-0025 fatcat:go2uzayo6nb6ni3ea6zedljw6i

Genome-wide analysis of 944 133 individuals provides insights into the etiology of haemorrhoidal disease

Tenghao Zheng, David Ellinghaus, Simonas Juzenas, François Cossais, Greta Burmeister, Gabriele Mayr, Isabella Friis Jørgensen, Maris Teder-Laving, Anne Heidi Skogholt, Sisi Chen, Peter R Strege, Go Ito (+75 others)
2021 Gut  
Haemorrhoidal disease (HEM) affects a large and silently suffering fraction of the population but its aetiology, including suspected genetic predisposition, is poorly understood. We report the first genome-wide association study (GWAS) meta-analysis to identify genetic risk factors for HEM to date. We conducted a GWAS meta-analysis of 218 920 patients with HEM and 725 213 controls of European ancestry. Using GWAS summary statistics, we performed multiple genetic correlation analyses between HEM
more » ... and other traits as well as calculated HEM polygenic risk scores (PRS) and evaluated their translational potential in independent datasets. Using functional annotation of GWAS results, we identified HEM candidate genes, which differential expression and coexpression in HEM tissues were evaluated employing RNA-seq analyses. The localisation of expressed proteins at selected loci was investigated by immunohistochemistry. We demonstrate modest heritability and genetic correlation of HEM with several other diseases from the GI, neuroaffective and cardiovascular domains. HEM PRS validated in 180 435 individuals from independent datasets allowed the identification of those at risk and correlated with younger age of onset and recurrent surgery. We identified 102 independent HEM risk loci harbouring genes whose expression is enriched in blood vessels and GI tissues, and in pathways associated with smooth muscles, epithelial and endothelial development and morphogenesis. Network transcriptomic analyses highlighted HEM gene coexpression modules that are relevant to the development and integrity of the musculoskeletal and epidermal systems, and the organisation of the extracellular matrix. HEM has a genetic component that predisposes to smooth muscle, epithelial and connective tissue dysfunction.
doi:10.1136/gutjnl-2020-323868 pmid:33888516 fatcat:e3zhjhiplzbkpciwnp6ermxbne

SHARK-NIR Channel: a high contrast imager with coronagraphic capabilities for the Large Binocular Telescope

Jacopo Farinato, Carlo Baffa, Andrea Baruffolo, Maria Bergomi, Luca Carbonaro, Elena Carolo, Alexis Carlotti, Mauro Centrone, Laird Close, Marco De Pascale, Marco Dima, Simone Esposito (+19 others)
2015
A new coronagraphic instrument for the Large Binocular Telescope (LBT) has successfully passed the conceptual design phase. SHARK-NIR channel will be installed in one arm of the Large Binocular Telescope and it is designed to use different coronagraphic techniques, both to match as much as possible the different requirements of the different science cases and to explore the capabilities of such techniques for the next-generation of ELTs. By exploiting the combination with SHARK-VIS channel
more » ... ed at the other LBT arm, the instrument will offer simultaneous coronagraphic observations at different wavelengths, characterized by high contrast, even for relatively faint targets. This will be achievable thanks to the very efficient Adaptive Optics (AO) systems already operating at LBT (First Light AO, FLAO). Furthermore, the latter will be soon upgraded with new detectors, promising even better performance in terms of limiting magnitude. In this paper we present the status of the SHARK-NIR channel design.
doi:10.20353/k3t4cp1131635 fatcat:t66kucaqsrgz5ohfmp2btutijy
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