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Understanding and manipulating diet choice in grazing animals
(Csiro Publishing, 2015-01)
Conventional models of foraging, such as optimal foraging theory, generally take the univariate approach to explain the decisions of consumers on the basis of the intrinsic properties of foods, including nutrient concentration ...
Maximal operators associated with Generalized Hermite polynomials and function expansions
(Union Matematica Argentina, 2013-06)
We study the weak and strong type boundedness of maximal heat?diffusion operators associated with the system of generalized Hermite polynomials and with two different systems of generalized Hermite functions. We also give ...
Conceptual representation of digital medical images: Integrating Context and Visual Content
(Univ Complutense Madrid, Servicio Publicaciones, 2016-01-01)
This paper presented a proposal conceptual framework to represent digital medical images, which is integrated: 1) descriptive elements from the rules of cataloging and metadata standards for information resources, 2) ...
O mal-estar docente no contexto escolar a partir das percepções dos professores
(Universidade Federal de São CarlosUFSCarPrograma de Pós-graduação em Educação (Campus SOROCABA)Câmpus Sorocaba, 2015-12-02)
The presented research would like to understand the process of ill be teaching in the school context from the teacher’s perceptions. For this work context, we make explicit some of the tensions of post-modernity and related ...
Considerations regarding the post-modern context- conceptual issues
(Univ Federal Ceara, Programa Pos-graduacao & Filosofia, 2015-07-01)
This paper aims to expose reflections on the causes that generated both the dampening of seeking understanding the historical context in which we find ourselves and the claim of the speeches directed to sectors that have ...
A strategy to implement Dirichlet boundary conditions in the context of ADER finite volume schemes. One-dimensional conservation laws
ADER schemes are numerical methods, which can reach an arbitrary order of accuracy in both space and time. They are based on a reconstruction procedure and the solution of generalized Riemann problems. However, for general ...