H. V. Ribeiro

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Nowadays we are often faced with huge databases resulting from the rapid growth of data storage technologies. This is particularly true when dealing with music databases. In this context, it is essential to have techniques and tools able to discriminate properties from these massive sets. In this work, we report on a statistical analysis of more than ten(More)
We report a statistical analysis of more than eight thousand songs. Specifically, we investigated the probability distribution of the normalized sound amplitudes. Our findings suggest a universal form of distribution that agrees well with a one-parameter stretched Gaussian. We also argue that this parameter can give information on music complexity, and(More)
We report on a statistical analysis of the engagement in the electoral processes of all Brazilian cities by considering the number of party memberships and the number of candidates for mayor and councillor. By investigating the relationships between the number of party members and the population of voters, we have found that the functional forms of these(More)
The spatial and time dependent solutions of the Schrödinger equation incorporating the fractional time derivative of distributed order and extending the spatial operator to nonin-teger dimensions are investigated. They are obtained by using the Green function approach in two situations: the free case and in the presence of a harmonic potential. The results(More)
We report on a statistical analysis of the engagement in the electoral processes of all Brazilian cities by considering the number of party memberships and the number of candidates for mayor and councillor. By investigating the relationships between the number of party members and the population of voters, we have found that the functional form of these(More)
We investigate the electrical response of Milli-Q deionized water by using a fractional diffusion equation of distributed order with the interfaces (i.e., the boundary conditions at the electrodes limiting the sample) governed by integrodifferential equations. We also consider that the positive and negative ions have the same mobility and that the electric(More)
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