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What Happened to Esfinge in 2007? [chapter]

Luís Miguel Cabral, Luís Fernando Costa, Diana Santos
Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this fourth participation in CLEF, in addition to the new challenges posed by the organization (topics and anaphors in questions and the use of Wikipedia to search and support answers), we experimented  ...  Esfinge is a general domain Portuguese question answering system which uses the information available on the Web as an additional resource when searching for answers.  ...  This work was done in the scope of the Linguateca project, jointly funded by the Portuguese Government and the European Union (FEDER and FSE) under contract ref. POSC/339/1.3/C/NAC.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-85760-0_31 fatcat:ruhk4mc2kvcyrpyrpf62zgeg6u

A systematic review of software process tailoring

Oscar Pedreira, Mario Piattini, Miguel R. Luaces, Nieves R. Brisaboa
2007 Software engineering notes  
and complete framework in which to position new research activities.  ...  Although process tailoring is a mandatory activity in most software process proposals, it is usually carried out by following an ad-hoc approach, and the amount of research done on this topic to date can  ...  2006/4, and "Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia" (PGE y FEDER) grant TIN2006-15071-C03-03 (for Oscar Pedreira, Miguel Luaces and Nieves Brisaboa); and the project COMPETISOFT (CYTED-506PI0287) and the ESFINGE  ... 
doi:10.1145/1241572.1241584 fatcat:qnzjne7senfunmhk5hkvbmxoyu

Evaluating performances of pair designing in industry

Gerardo Canfora, Aniello Cimitile, Felix Garcia, Mario Piattini, Corrado Aaron Visaggio
2007 Journal of Systems and Software  
In this paper, we report the findings of a controlled experiment on pair programming, applied to the design phase and performed in a software company.  ...  Because of the asymmetry between design and coding, applying pair programming to the design phase might not produce the same benefits as those it produces in the development phase.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was partially supported by the projects: ESFINGE (Direcció n General de Investigación of the Ministerio de Educació n y Ciencia, TIN2006-15175-C05-05); MECENAS (Junta de  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2006.11.004 fatcat:i34w7aketbb2lb4t2urfn54dxu

Machu Picchu reclamada. Viajes y fotografías de Hiram Bingham, Abrahan Guillén y Martín Chambi

Leila Gómez
2007 Revista iberoamericana  
Even after I reached the other side I could not help but wonder what would happen to the "bridge" if a particularly heavy shower should fall in the valley above.  ...  Arteaga shivered and seemed inclined to stay in his hut. I offered to pay him well if he would show me the ruins. He demurred and said it was too hard a climb for such a wet day.  ... 
doi:10.5195/reviberoamer.2007.5341 fatcat:fhu5btz7cbgwxkn5sm4lzeklpm

Oedipus-Inspired Pintos: The Plague of Prisons in Two Chicano Takes on the Prototypical Myth of Crisis

Aikaterini Delikonstantinidou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
2020 Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses (RCEI)  
As if responding to Drucker's study and Alfaro's play, Law Chavez's "Señora de la Pinta," presented in 2012, gets its inspiration from the myth of Oedipus to dramatize US prison experience as a plague  ...  The two plays are examined for what they reveal about the impact of the prison crisis on Chicano barrio life and Chicanidad.  ...  Verso, 2007  ... 
doi:10.25145/j.recaesin.2020.81.06 fatcat:gwnxr7gd3jblljzr7pcy7u52mi

Joselito and Calentito: diminutive enigmas

2017 Entrepalavras: Revista de Linguística do Departamento de Letras Vernáculas da Universidade Federal do Ceará  
Historically, diminutives did not have diphthongs prior to the 15 th century when they adopted them.  ...  Two exceptional diminutives exist that have received little attention in the relevant literature.  ...  Calentito is unexpected due to the fact that it does not carry the diphthong over from caliente, which is what generally happens when a base word is turned into a diminutive.  ... 
doi:10.22168/2237-6321. fatcat:cwsfeplnrfcebmv5ul2rxlsfnm

Beach surface lost historically: The case of the eastern coast of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Canary Islands, Spain)

Eva Pérez-Hernández, Aarón M. Santana-Cordero, Luis Hernández-Calvento, María L. Monteiro-Quintana
2019 Ocean and Coastal Management  
The changes in land uses that have taken place around these beaches are also addressed.  ...  The aim of the study is to identify and describe the natural characteristics of the beaches lost between 1879 and 2017 along the eastern coastline of LPGC, as well as to quantify the lost surface area.  ...  It was completed while the first author was a PhD student in the IOCAG PhD Program in Oceanography and Global Change. The authors would like to thank Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2019.105058 fatcat:2qtahln42zblzjrd6izopzblsi

Mapas in versos [chapter]

Fernando Pires, Renata Araujo
2022 TEPe 2022 - Encontro Internacional sobre a Cidade, o Corpo e o Som  
We couldn't have imagine then what would happen in 2020.  ...  These intersemiotic layers correspond to the idea of organization of the scenes as they happen in real-time, arranged as in an image editing timeline.  ... 
doi:10.53072/ilic8040/com30 fatcat:mxki4xj3ofdljksjrcq5xhv6aa

Retrolugares, definición, formación y repetición de lugares, escenarios y escenas imaginados del pasado en la cultura popular y el videojuego

Alberto Venegas Ramos
2018 Revista de Historiografía  
To achieve this goal, the concept is examined within a more general historiographic framework, and examples of both its conception and its development are given.  ...  Although these uses of the past tense are far removed from the trade of the historian, they are widely accepted among the population due to their integration within the most popular cultural manifestations.Key  ...  the Stone Age to tell us exactly who was doing what.  ... 
doi:10.20318/revhisto.2018.4225 fatcat:qqqnh2oi7jfj3lrtci33crzhvu


Carmen Sanches Sampaio, Tiago Ribeiro
2014 Atos de Pesquisa em Educação  
In dialogue with socialized practices in FALE, we propose forged pedagogical/literacy actions since the pair knowledge/experience -literacy as the possibility to experience what is lived and expanding  ...  ABSTRACT This article discusses about literacy conceptions and practices since questions and narratives produced during meetings of the Literacy, Reading and Writing Forum, which happens in Rio.  ...  In: XXII FALE, 2010).  ... 
doi:10.7867/1809-0354.2014v9n1p259-282 fatcat:lolos4ydznevhhvrcl7zq3n27q

العدد الرابع

2020 مجلة الألسن للغات والعلوم الإنسانية  
In this regard, one of the obstacles that the student faces in a Spanish class is the communicative competence that the teacher has to transmit a message.  ...  This is where the idea of this work arises, about analysing non-verbal communication in the classroom of ELE.  ...  Eachone of whom hopes to live the other's life and dreams of what the otherwants to escape.  ... 
doi:10.21608/maks.2020.232770 fatcat:get5ceqlpvcjdpd7nbri442okm

La muerte de las luciérnagas. Sobre filosofía, educación y la presencia en el presente

F. Bárcena
2016 Bajo Palabra  
a singular relationship with what happens to us.  ...  The purpose of this text is thinking learning like a sudden moment or a becoming conscious travelled by persuasion –understood as an affirmation of life in the present–, and the estrangement, thought as  ...  Reyes Mate, fue, entre otros textos, el siguiente: Bárcena, F. (2001) La esfinge muda.  ... 
doaj:d1e2dfcd44b945dfa28e2382034c4f0e fatcat:vbfsklwxmraq3o2dmpzhx3ferq

Vol. III, nº2, otoño/autumn 2015

Comité Redacción
2015 Brumal: Revista de Investigación sobre lo Fantástico  
Victor: But what if I haven't got anything to say? What am I meant to do then?  ...  Moreover, she distinguishes, with a solid theoretical base, space from place, in which the latter refers to fantastic literature in which «the impossible happens in space» (9).  ...  And, this effect comes not from what it happens in the text, but rather from where they occur.  ... 
doi:10.5565/rev/brumal.276 fatcat:xj5kocfdbfcajjtjfra2hc5qai

Edição Completa

Edição Completa
2017 Pontos de Interrogação — Revista de Crítica Cultural  
´s the matter what´s the matter well I don´t want Janey to know this well I don´t want Janey to know this (COHEN, 2007, p.70) Como lembra Renato Cohen, a repetição em Wilson não é só da palavra, mas também  ...  But, I think you should at least allow the artist the freedom of speech, to do what she or he wants to do (GORRIS apud WORSDALE, 1998, p. 3).  ... 
doi:10.30620/p.i..v7i1.3926 fatcat:qlzjykmbybbopataw4k4gmqqa4

Revista Texto Poético - Volume 17 - 2º Semestre

Diana Junkes
2015 Revista Texto Poético  
Therefore, her aesthetic choices are also political, whereby poetry comes up from a quest for what it means to be a woman.  ...  has caused in the persona: her plea to return on an ordinary day, in order to look at the fazenda with literal eyes.  ... 
doi:10.25094/rtp.2014n17a231 fatcat:nie2qerx2zew3kdo2ank5mxksi
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