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  • Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Americo Cunha; Lisandro Lovisolo; Diego Huter Sobreira Catalão; Rodrigo Burgos; Adriano Cortês; Karla Figueiredo; Malú Grave; Roberto Velho; Bruna Pavlack; Diego Matos; +12 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
  • Publication . Article . 2020
    Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Neli Ap. de Mello-Théry; Hervé Théry;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    A crise sanitária de dimensões mundiais provocada pelo vírus COVID-19 tem resultado em situações semelhantes entre países de economia, cultura e políticas distintas. A acelerada dinâmica de contaminação e indícios que novos arranjos e estágios estão sendo esboçados apontam para possibilidade de mudanças no jogo geopolítico internacional. Um tabuleiro de xadrez onde as peças se movem cuidadosamente. Objetivando analisar seus efeitos socioterritoriais, o texto trata inicialmente da extrema interdependência que a globalização nos levou e dos questionamentos atuais a respeito de um processo inverso – desglobalizar, reterritorializar. Analisa, a seguir, as conjunturas francesa e brasileira e as diferentes medidas adotadas, o efeito territorial do vírus e o aparecimento de ações solidárias por parte de empresas. Um terceiro item explora se o retorno ao uso de produtos e comercio locais poderá significar possibilidades de aceitação e consolidação de novos paradigmas. La crise sanitaire de dimensions mondiales provoquée par le virus COVID-19 crée des situations semblables dans des pays d’économie, de culture et politiques différentes. La dynamique accélérée de la contamination et de ses étapes déjà esquissées indiquent la possibilité de grands changements dans le jeu géopolitique international. Un échiquier où les pièces bougent avec précaution. Avec pour objectif d’analyser ses effets socio-territoriaux, le début de l’article montre l’interdépendance à laquelle la globalisation nous a amenée et les questions actuelles sur un processus inverse – déglobaliser, relocaliser. Il analyse ensuite les conjonctures française et brésilienne et les différentes mesures adoptées, les effets territoriaux du virus et l’apparition d’actions solidaires du côté des entreprises. Un troisième point analyse si le retour à l’usage de produits locaux pourrait signifier des possibilités d’acceptation et de consolidation de nouveaux paradigmes. The global health crisis caused by the COVID-19 virus creates similar situations in countries with different economies, cultures and policies. The accelerated dynamics of contamination and its already outlined stages indicate the possibility of great changes in the international geopolitical game. A chessboard where the pieces move carefully. With the aim of analysing its socio-territorial effects, the beginning of the article shows the interdependence to which globalization has brought us and the current questions on a reverse process - deglobalizing, relocating. So it analyses the French and Brazilian conjunctures and the measures adopted, the territorial effects of the virus and the appearance of solidarity actions by companies. A third point underlines if the return to the use of local products could mean possibilities of acceptance and consolidation of new paradigms. La crisis de salud global causada por el virus COVID-19 ha resultado en situaciones similares entre países con diferentes economías, culturas y políticas. La dinámica acelerada de la contaminación y las indicaciones de que se están esbozando nuevos arreglos y etapas apuntan a la posibilidad de cambios en el juego geopolítico internacional. Un tablero de ajedrez donde las piezas se mueven con cuidado. Con el objetivo de analizar sus efectos socioterritoriales, el texto aborda inicialmente la extrema interdependencia que nos ha traído la globalización y las preguntas actuales sobre un proceso inverso: desglobalizar, reterritorializar. A continuación, analiza las coyunturas francesas y brasileñas y las diferentes medidas adoptadas, el efecto territorial del virus y la aparición de acciones solidarias por parte de las empresas. Un tercer ítem explora si el retorno al uso de productos locales y comercio puede significar posibilidades de aceptación y consolidación de nuevos paradigmas.

  • Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Americo Cunha; Diego Matos; Gabrielle da Silva Pereira; Julio Basilio; Lisandro Lovisolo; Malú Grave; Rodrigo Burgos; Adriano Cortês; Karla Figueiredo; Roberto Velho; +15 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
  • Publication . Conference object . Article . Other literature type . Presentation . 2021
    Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Badaró Valente Neto, Francisco José; Jacob Miguel, Constantino; dos Santos de Jesus, Ana Carla; Sampaio, Paulo N.M.;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Country: France

    Presentation at Advance 2021 - 9th International Workshop on Advances in ICT Infrastructure and Services, held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Zaragoza, Spain. Objective of presenting our research (A literature review) on the market acceptance of SDN controllers and their characteristics. Software-Defined Networks (SDNs) have been used in the last decade as a solution to provide greater flexibility in controlling traffic being distributed over a network, promoting the reuse and optimization of network resources. SDN´s architecture decouples routing intelligence (Control Plane) from routing functions (Data Plan/Forwarding Plane), through a component called SDN controller which centralizes the Control Plane. Therefore, it is required that the controller´s performance and functions provide an optimal integration with both Forwarding Devices (Network Elements) and with the support to new applications to be proposed within the context of software-defined network paradigm. Nevertheless, the rapid development of this paradigm and the increasing availability of different controllers within the market makes it difficult to choose a suitable one. This paper compares briefly the top six SDN controllers according to the market preference, looking not only to unveil some theoretical aspects but also to have an insight about their market acceptance.

  • Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Americo Cunha; Diego Matos; Gabrielle da Silva Pereira; Julio Basilio; Lisandro Lovisolo; Malú Grave; Rodrigo Burgos; Adriano Cortês; Karla Figueiredo; Roberto Velho; +13 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
  • Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Americo Cunha; Diego Matos; Gabrielle da Silva Pereira; Julio Basilio; Lisandro Lovisolo; Malú Grave; Rodrigo Burgos; Adriano Cortês; Karla Figueiredo; Rachel Lucena; +17 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
  • Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Americo Cunha; Diego Matos; Gabrielle da Silva Pereira; Julio Basilio; Lisandro Lovisolo; Malú Grave; Rodrigo Burgos; Adriano Cortês; Karla Figueiredo; Roberto Velho; +15 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
  • Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Americo Cunha; Julio Basilio; Lisandro Lovisolo; Malú Grave; Rodrigo Burgos; Adriano Cortês; Karla Figueiredo; Roberto Velho; Bruna Pavlack; Diego Huter Sobreira Catalão; +11 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
  • Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Americo Cunha; Julio Basilio; Leonardo de la Roca; Lisandro Lovisolo; Malú Grave; Rodrigo Burgos; Adriano Cortês; Karla Figueiredo; Roberto Velho; Bruna Pavlack; +11 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
  • Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Deisy de Freitas Lima Ventura; Claudia Perrone-Moisés; Kathia Martin-Chenut;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    DOI: 10.1590/2179-8966/2021/61769 Resumo Quais seriam os criterios para afericao do carater desumano de atos praticados por governos contra a populacao civil durante uma pandemia? Para responder a esta pergunta, o presente ensaio, situado na interface entre o direito internacional penal e a saude global, resgata um passado de praticas delituosas no campo sanitario para apontar, no presente, a determinacao politica e ideologica das respostas nacionais a Covid-19. A seguir, recorre ao pensamento de Hannah Arendt e Mireille Delmas-Marty para tratar do carater evolutivo dos crimes contra a humanidade, como base para a analise de um caso paradigmatico: a resposta brasileira a pandemia de Covid-19, cujas condutas governamentais sao apresentadas a luz de elementos como contexto, actus reus e mens rea . Palavras-chave: Pandemia, Crimes contra a humanidade, Saude global Abstract What are the criteria for assessing the inhumane character of acts committed by governments against the civilian population during a pandemic? To answer this question, this essay, situated at the interface between international criminal law and global health, recalls a past of criminal practices in the health field to point out, in the present, the political and ideological determinants of national responses to Covid-19. Next, it draws on the thought of Hannah Arendt and Mireille Delmas-Marty to address the evolving nature of crimes against humanity, as a basis for the analysis of a paradigmatic case: the Brazilian response to the Covid-19 pandemic, whose governmental conducts are presented in the light of elements such as context, actus reus and mens rea . Keywords: Pandemic, Crimes against humanity, Global health.