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    Muito além do abandono: infâncias perigosas e a “justiça tutelar” em Pernambuco (1888-1892)

    Barros, Gabriel Navarro
    CLIO: Revista Pesquisa Histórica, 2018, Vol.36(1), pp.73-93 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Muito além do abandono: infâncias perigosas e a “justiça tutelar” em Pernambuco (1888-1892)
    Author: Barros, Gabriel Navarro
    Subject: Childhood ; Judges Of Orphans ; Philanthropy ; Guardianship ; Infância ; Juízes De Órfãos ; Filantropia ; Tutela
    Description: This article intends to understand the action of tutelary justice before the universe of girls and boys understood by the State as "potentially dangerous", in Pernambuco, between the years of 1888 and 1892. Analyzing legal sources and newspapers, we suggest a reflection on the excessive use of concept of abandonment. Our study allows the understanding of a diversity of infant categories of that time, recognized by justice (especially by Orphans' Judges) and by assistencial institutions to identify a variety of boys and girls as 'social risks'.
    O presente artigo busca compreender a atuação da justiça tutelar diante do universo de meninas e meninos compreendidos pelo Estado como “potencialmente perigosos”, em Pernambuco, entre os anos 1888 e 1892. Analisando fontes jurídicas e jornais, sugerimos uma reflexão acerca da excessiva utilização do conceito de abandono. Nosso estudo permite a compreensão de uma diversidade de categorias de infantes na época, reconhecidas pela justiça (especialmente pelos Juízes de Órfãos) e por instituições assistenciais a fim de identificar uma variedade de meninos e meninas como “riscos sociais”.
    Is part of: CLIO: Revista Pesquisa Histórica, 2018, Vol.36(1), pp.73-93
    Identifier: 2525-5649 (ISSN)

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    Inclusive Distribution of Fully Reconstructed Jets in Heavy Ion Collisions at RHIC: Status Report

    de Barros, Gabriel
    arXiv.org, Sep 20, 2011 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Correlação das variáveis antropométricas e fisiológicas com o desempenho no Crossfit®

    Tibana, Ramires Alsamir, Sousa, Nuno Manuel Frade, Cunha Barros, Gabriel, Prestes, Jonato
    Revista Brasileira de Prescrição e Fisiologia do Exercício (RBPFEX), 2017, Vol.11(70), pp.880-887 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    The Epistemic Injustice of Obstetric Violence

    de Barros Gabriel, Alice
    Estudos Feministas, 2020, Vol.28(2) [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: The Epistemic Injustice of Obstetric Violence
    Author: de Barros Gabriel, Alice
    Subject: Justice ; Credibility ; Credibility ; Epistemology ; Violence ; Sterilization ; Obstetrics ; Women ; Sterilization ; Credibility ; Social Epistemology ; Violence ; Violations ; Epistemology ; Violence ; Reproductive Rights ; Epistemic Injustice ; Feminist Epistemology ; Obstetric Violence
    Description: This paper seeks to point the epistemic aspects of obstetric violence. In order to do so, we will introduce the concept of epistemic injustice, as developed by Miranda Fricker, and how it has been used by the social epistemology literature to think about health issues. Subsequently, we will examine reports of cases of obstetric violence as well as a case of forced sterilization, by reviewing the Final Report of the CPMI on the incidence of mass sterilization of women in Brazil, as well as papers that describe cases of obstetric violence. Thus, we aim to point out that there is an epistemic aspect to such violations and that a change in the distribution of credibility may be relevant to confront obstetric violence.
    Is part of: Estudos Feministas, 2020, Vol.28(2)
    Identifier: 0104-026X (ISSN); 1806-9584 (E-ISSN)

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    filamentous communities from the Ediacaran (approx. 563 Ma) of Brazil

    Becker-Kerber, Bruno, De Barros, Gabriel Eduardo Baréa, Paim, Paulo Sergio Gomes, Prado, Gustavo M E M, Da Rosa, Ana Lucia Zucatti, El Albani, Abderrazak, Laflamme, Marc
    Proceedings. Biological sciences, 13 January 2021, Vol.288(1942), pp.20202618 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: filamentous communities from the Ediacaran (approx. 563 Ma) of Brazil
    Author: Becker-Kerber, Bruno; De Barros, Gabriel Eduardo Baréa; Paim, Paulo Sergio Gomes; Prado, Gustavo M E M; Da Rosa, Ana Lucia Zucatti; El Albani, Abderrazak; Laflamme, Marc
    Subject: Avalon Assemblage ; Beggiatoa ; Ediacaran Ecosystems ; Itajaí Basin ; Filamentous Fossils ; Sulfide-Oxidizing Bacteria
    Description: Precambrian filamentous microfossils are common and diverse. Nevertheless, their taxonomic assignment can be difficult owing to their overall simple shapes typically lacking in diagnostic features. Here, we report communities of well-preserved, large filamentous impressions from the Ediacaran Itajaí Basin ( 563 Ma) of Brazil. The filaments are uniserial (unbranched) and can reach up to 200 µm in width and up to 44 mm in length. They occur as both densely packed or sparsely populated surfaces, and typically show a consistent orientation. Although simple in shape, their preferred orientation suggests they were tethered to the seafloor, and their overall flexibility (e.g. bent, folded and twisted) supports a biological (rather than sedimentary) affinity. Biometric comparisons with modern filamentous groups further support their biological affinity, suggesting links with either large sulfide-oxidizing bacteria (SOB) or eukaryotes. Other morphological and palaeoecological characteristics further...
    Is part of: Proceedings. Biological sciences, 13 January 2021, Vol.288(1942), pp.20202618
    Identifier: 1471-2954 (E-ISSN); 33402067 Version (PMID); 10.1098/rspb.2020.2618 (DOI)

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    Finite element solution of nonlocal Cahn-Hilliard equations with feedback control time step size adaptivity

    Barros, Gabriel, Côrtes, Adriano
    arXiv.org, Sep 30, 2020
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    Title: Finite element solution of nonlocal Cahn-Hilliard equations with feedback control time step size adaptivity
    Author: Barros, Gabriel; Côrtes, Adriano
    Contributor: Côrtes, Adriano (pacrepositoryorg)
    Subject: Control Theory ; Predictive Control ; Proportional Integral Derivative ; Control Systems ; Control Theory ; Performance Evaluation ; Free Energy ; Controllers ; Feedback Control ; Time Marching ; Computer Simulation ; Energy Conservation ; Computational Engineering, Finance, and Science
    Description: In this study, we evaluate the performance of feedback control-based time step adaptivity schemes for the nonlocal Cahn-Hilliard equation derived from the Ohta-Kawasaki free energy functional. The temporal adaptivity scheme is recast under the linear feedback control theory equipped with an error estimation that extrapolates the solution obtained from an energy-stable, fully implicit time marching scheme. We test three time step controllers with different properties: a simple Integral controller, a complete Proportional-Integral-Derivative controller, and the PC11 predictive controller. We assess the performance of the adaptive schemes for the nonlocal Cahn-Hilliard equation in terms of the number of time steps required for the complete simulation and the computational effort measured by the required number of nonlinear and linear solver iterations. We also present numerical evidence of mass conservation and free energy decay for simulations with the three different time step controllers....
    Is part of: arXiv.org, Sep 30, 2020
    Identifier: 2331-8422 (E-ISSN)

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    Produção documental em dossiê de celetistas: a tipologia documental como referencial

    Barros, Gabriel, Schmidt, Clarissa
    Em Questão, Sep-Dec 2019, Vol.25(3), pp.132-155

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    The impact of COVID-19 on patients with epilepsy

    Tedrus, Gloria Maria De Almeida Souza, Silva, João Fernando Cloclet Pio Da, Barros, Gabriel Santaterra
    Arquivos de neuro-psiquiatria, 08 March 2021 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: The impact of COVID-19 on patients with epilepsy
    Author: Tedrus, Gloria Maria De Almeida Souza; Silva, João Fernando Cloclet Pio Da; Barros, Gabriel Santaterra
    Description: The COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing can have adverse impacts on adult people with epilepsy (PWE). To investigate the seizure frequency, the perceived well-being, and the presence of anxiety symptoms in PWE during the COVID-19 pandemic period. Data from a questionnaire on the repercussions of COVID-19 were analyzed in relation to the clinical variables of 114 PWE, with a significance level of p
    Is part of: Arquivos de neuro-psiquiatria, 08 March 2021
    Identifier: 1678-4227 (E-ISSN); 33681882 Version (PMID); 10.1590/0004-282X-ANP-2020-0517 (DOI)

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    Assessing the spatio-temporal spread of COVID-19 via compartmental models with diffusion in Italy, USA, and Brazil

    Grave, Malú, Viguerie, Alex, Barros, Gabriel, Reali, Alessandro
    arXiv.org, Feb 14, 2021
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    Title: Assessing the spatio-temporal spread of COVID-19 via compartmental models with diffusion in Italy, USA, and Brazil
    Author: Grave, Malú; Viguerie, Alex; Barros, Gabriel; Reali, Alessandro
    Contributor: Reali, Alessandro (pacrepositoryorg)
    Subject: Italy ; United States–Us ; Qualitative Analysis ; Partial Differential Equations ; Robustness (Mathematics) ; Compartments ; Viral Diseases ; Coronaviruses ; Infectious Diseases ; Epidemics ; Covid-19 ; Partial Differential Equations ; Populations and Evolution ; Physics and Society
    Description: The outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020 has led to a surge in interest in the mathematical modeling of infectious diseases. Such models are usually defined as compartmental models, in which the population under study is divided into compartments based on qualitative characteristics, with different assumptions about the nature and rate of transfer across compartments. Though most commonly formulated as ordinary differential equation (ODE) models, in which the compartments depend only on time, recent works have also focused on partial differential equation (PDE) models, incorporating the variation of an epidemic in space. Such research on PDE models within a Susceptible, Infected, Exposed, Recovered, and Deceased (SEIRD) framework has led to promising results in reproducing COVID-19 contagion dynamics. In this paper, we assess the robustness of this modeling framework by considering different geometries over more extended periods than in other similar studies. We first validate our code by reproducing...
    Is part of: arXiv.org, Feb 14, 2021
    Identifier: 2331-8422 (E-ISSN)

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    DISTRIBUIÇÃO ESPACIAL DE CRIADOUROS DE AEDES AEGYPTI EM JAGUARUANA – CE – BRASIL E SUAS CORRELAÇÕES COM INDICADORES SOCIODEMOGRÁFICOS

    Silva Rocha, Alisson, Da Silva, Hihara, Santiago Barros, Gabriel
    Hygeia : Revista Brasileira de Geografia Médica e da Saúde, Mar 2019, Vol.15(31), pp.71-81
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    Title: DISTRIBUIÇÃO ESPACIAL DE CRIADOUROS DE AEDES AEGYPTI EM JAGUARUANA – CE – BRASIL E SUAS CORRELAÇÕES COM INDICADORES SOCIODEMOGRÁFICOS
    Author: Silva Rocha, Alisson; Da Silva, Hihara; Santiago Barros, Gabriel
    Subject: Brazil ; Invertebrates ; Vector-Borne Diseases ; Dengue ; Mosquitoes ; Aquatic Insects ; Human Diseases ; Arboviroses ; Depósitos Positivos ; Geoestatística
    Description: O Aedes aegypti é originário das selvas africanas, principal responsável pela disseminação de arboviroses (Dengue, Febre amarela, Zika e Chikungunya), capaz de se reproduzir em ambientes naturais ou depósitos artificiais. O controle das arboviroses passa pela capacidade de eliminar os Depósitos Positivos (DPs) para os culicídeos. O objetivo desse trabalho é mapear as áreas de risco para a ocorrência de DPs em três bairros contíguos, em Jaguaruana-CE, referente aos anos 2014 e 2015, mediante análises geoestatísticas, bem como aferir possíveis correlações entre variáveis sociodemográficas, constantes nos 14 setores censitários que se sobrepõem aos bairros e a ocorrência dos DPs, através da Correlação de Spearman, adotando o Intervalo de Confiança menor ou igual a 95%. Os resultados comprovam a existência de uma possível área de risco, bem como, correlação entre a DPs e densidade populacional (ρ = 0,58; p = 0,03) e com a coleta de resíduos sólidos (ρ = -0,53; p = 0,05), coadunando para o entendimento...
    Is part of: Hygeia : Revista Brasileira de Geografia Médica e da Saúde, Mar 2019, Vol.15(31), pp.71-81
    Identifier: 19801726 (E-ISSN); 10.14393/Hygeia153146811 (DOI)