Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio GrandePublicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
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Disserta????o(mestrado) - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Programa de P??s-Gradua????o em Letras, Instituto de Letras e Artes, 2006.; Esta Disserta????o de Mestrado em Hist??ria da Literatura, intitulada Jos?? Paulo Paes e a
anatomia do poema, aborda os processos de forma????o da dic????o po??tica peculiar de Jos??
Paulo Paes, centrando a an??lise em poemas contidos em um recorte temporal espec??fico que compreende tr??s livros: Anatomias (1967), Meia palavra: c??vicas, er??ticas e metaf??sicas
(1973) e Res??duo (1980). Destes s??o recolhidas pe??as po??ticas que, de acordo com seu forte matiz experimental e conforme a unidade de procedimentos po??ticos que aqui se credita aos tr??s livros, prop??em o centramento no processo de constru????o dos poemas. Com tal metodologia, se espera que este trabalho possa explorar a anatomia da poesia de Jos?? Paulo Paes.; Esta Disertaci??n de Maestr??a en Historia de la Literatura, que se denomina Jos?? Paulo
Paes e a anatom??a do poema, aborda los procesos de formaci??n de la expresi??n po??tica
particular de Jos?? Paulo Paes, centrando el an??lisis en poemas que constan en un espacio
temporal espec??fico que comprende tres libros: Anatomias (1967), Meia palavra: c??vicas, er??ticas e metaf??sicas (1973) e Res??duo (1980). De estos son recogidas piezas po??ticas que...
Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.; An aerosol optical depth retrieval algorithm in the visible wavelengths for the NOAA POES AVHRR and GOES -8 visible imager is presented for the cloud free, marine atmosphere. The algorithm combines linearized single-scatter theory with an estimate of surface reflectance. Phase functions are parameterized using an aerosol size distribution model and the ratio of radiance values measured in channels 1 and 2 of the AVHRR. Retrieved satellite aerosol optical depth (AOD) is compared to three land-based sun photometer stations located on islands in the western Atlantic during July and September, 2001. GOES-8 channel 1 (visible wavelength) radiance values were initially calibrated using techniques developed by Rao. Additional corrections to the channel 1 GOES-8 radiances were made by applying a linear offset factor obtained during the experimental time period through comparison with AVHRR radiances. The results for the GOES -derived AOD compare favorably to the AERONET-measured AOD values. For both NOAA and GOES data, the comparison dataset has a correlation coefficient of 0.67 with a standard error of 0.07. For higher AOD cases (d = 0.25), the general trend was for the satellite-derived AOD values to underestimate AERONET-observed conditions. During these higher conditions...
Acquisition research (Graduate School of Business & Public Policy); In response to a request by NWDC, the Naval Postgraduate School agreed to research and revise the current Maritime Tactical Memorandum (TACMEMO) TM 3-22-5-SW for unmanned vehicles systems (UVS). The CRUDES fleet would immediately benefit by the removal of Captain's gigs/second RHIB in favor of a unmanned surface vehicle (USV) in order to increase warfighting capabilities. An analysis of N86 CRUDES ROC/POEs revealed no impact to primary or secondary warfighting missions by removing the gig/second RHIB. In today's capabilities-based warfighting, this replacement better supports the global concept of operations. The research was limited to sparsely deployed platforms, developmental project results, and test procedures as delineated in various UV concepts of operations. It was found that the preponderance of UVs remain largely experimental and not integrated into organizational Navy (SMD/FMD) or Marine Corps (TO&E) manpower management documents. The research found that unmanned vehicles are actually part of larger UV systems (which require human operators) and that simply adding UVs does not result in manpower cost savings. Some advantages of UVs are persistent on station time and removal of the human operator from potentially harmful and fatiguing environments. Research indicates that...
The aim of this article is to offer a description and evaluation of Cummings??? Spanish translations, paying special attention to the differences between them and the original poems. The first part consists on a brief account of the five translations that have been made into Spanish by Jos?? Casas, Alfonso Canales, Octavio Paz, Ulalume Gonz??lez de Le??n and Juan Cueto-Roig. The second part studies eight of the most representative features in E. E. Cummings experimental poetry and the different solutions proposed by these translators. It is my contention that the first problem a translator may find when translating Cummings is whether to keep these ???eccentric features??? or to translate the message leaving them aside. Throughout the whole article, problems and advantages of the two options will be considered as a way to propose new translations and approaches to the American author.; El objetivo principal de este art??culo es ofrecer una descripci??n y evaluaci??n de las distintas traducciones en lengua espa??ola de E. E. Cummings, prestando especial atenci??n a las diferencias entre los textos origen y los textos meta. La primera parte consiste en un breve resumen de las traducciones al espa??ol llevadas a cabo por Jos?? Casas, Alfonso Canales...
We report simultaneous observations of intense fluxes of quasi-trapped
energetic electrons and substantial enhancements of ionospheric electron
concentration (EC) at low and middle latitudes over Pacific region during
geomagnetic storm on 15 December 2006. Electrons with energy of tens of keV
were measured at altitude of ~800 to 900 km by POES and DMSP satellites.
Experimental data from COSMIC/FS3 satellites and global network of ground-based
GPS receivers were used to determine height profiles of EC and vertical total
EC, respectively. A good spatial and temporal correlation between the electron
fluxes and EC enhancements was found. This fact allows us to suggest that the
quasi-trapped energetic electrons can be an important source of ionospheric
ionization at middle latitudes during magnetic storms.; Comment: 18 pages, 5 figures accepted for publication in Planet.Space Sci. on
9 Nov, 2011
Experimental data from a constellation of five NOAA POES satellites were used
for studying the penetration of solar energetic particles (SEP) to high
latitudes during long-lasting SEP events on December 5 to 15, 2006. We
determined cutoff latitudes for electrons with energies >100 keV and > 300 keV,
and protons with energies from 240 keV to >140 MeV. The large number of
satellites allowed us to derive snap shots of the cutoff boundaries with 1-hour
time resolution. The boundaries were fitted well by ellipses. Based on the
elliptical approach, we developed a model of cutoff latitudes for protons and
electrons in the northern and southern hemispheres. The cutoff latitude is
represented as a function of rigidity, R, of particles, MLT, geomagnetic
indices: Dst, Kp, AE, and dipole tilt angle PS. The model predicts tailward and
duskward shifting of the cutoff boundaries in relation to intensification of
the cross-tail current, field-aligned currents, and symmetrical and
asymmetrical parts of the ring current. The model was applied for prediction of
a polar cap absorption (PCA) effects observed at high latitudes by CADI network
of ionosondes. It was found that the PCA effects are related mainly to intense
fluxes of >2.5 MeV protons and >100 keV electrons...