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A damaging root and collar rot disease caused by Lasiodiplodia theobromae was observed on adult plants of Jatropha curcas in the states of Minas Gerais and São Paulo, Brazil. This is the first report of this disease in Brazil, previously only known from India.
Energy-efficient computer systems are making increasing use of processors that have multiple core units, DVFS, and virtualization support. However, current system clocks have not been usually designed to cope with the capacity of such mechanisms to decelerate/accelerate the passage of time, which increases the time drifts in the system and produces two(More)
Energy-efficient computer systems are making increasing use of processors that have multiple core units, DVFS, and virtualization support. However, current system clocks have not been usually designed to cope with the capacity of such mechanisms to decelerate/accelerate the passage of time, which increases the time drifts in the system and produces two(More)
A black mildew disease caused byMeliola aspidospermatis (Meliolales) was observed on leaves of the neotropical forest speciesAspidosperma polyneuron in a commercial nursery in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. This is the first record of this fungus in Brazil, previously known only from Argentina.
We present RadFlow a runtime system for task based Dataflow parallel application using an interest-centric network protocol to data communication among task. The RadNet protocol ability to decouple data destinations from its node IP addresses allows Rad Flow more flexibility, enabling mechanisms like computation migration and elastic tasks to be carried(More)
The use of Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling (DVFS) by EnergyEfficient (EE) computer systems considerably increases the requirements regarding the design of efficient system clocks. On the one hand, the operation of a system clock must support the independent operating frequencies of the processor core units, the dynamic migration of the running(More)
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