Paulo Vinícius de Farias Paiva

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  • P D Paiva
  • Brazilian journal of population studies
  • 1997
For a long time, the Brazilian population has grown at a relatively high rate, and only recently has the process of demographic transition intensified in the country. While the associated decline in fertility could result in a future decline in the size of the working-age population, it could also lead to an increase in female participation in the labor(More)
The use of artificial neural networks for prediction in hard turning has received considerable attention in literature. An often quoted drawback of ANNs is the lack of a systematic way for the design of high performance networks. This study presents a DOE based approach for the design of ANNs of Radial Basis Function (RBF) architecture applied to surface(More)
  • P D Paiva
  • Revista brasileira de estudos de população
  • 1986
The economically active population has grown rapidly in Brazil, resulting either from population growth or increased female participation in the work force. This rhythm of growth will continue at least until the end of this century. The authors suggest that the impact of the recent decline in fertility will be moderate and will only affect the younger age(More)
Collaborative Virtual Environments (CVEs) can improve the way remote users interact with one another while learning and training skills on a given task. One CVE’s possibility to the health area is the simulation of medical procedures in which a group of remote users can train and interact simultaneously. Health area has been benefited from the advent of(More)
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