... are not child-friendly and do not accommo- date several AEA, they can lead to a high level of SPP and a decrease in CFM (Freeman and Tranter, 2011). Therefore, observational studies of children’s activities and ...

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... of **public** **spaces** that connects several cultural facilit- ies through a sequence of wide, bosky and benched boulevards, with both sides covered by services that support the cultural and touristic activities: ...

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... In order to examine the effect of environmental noise in **public** **spaces** on conversation, subjective experiments in a laboratory were performed. In this study, a 6-channel recording/reproduction system was ...

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... where **public** space is scarce and too much is given over to motor vehicles (estimates put the figure at 60% of the urban environment), so what is left for pedestrians and citizen uses is limited and much ...the ...

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... With citizenship, the strategy is to mobilize their community (**public** sphere) so that the risk of eviction is perceived by society and the importance of showing the strength of the project to the authorities: its ...

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... in **public** **spaces** of the city or their carcasses or gastrointestinal tracts were sent by various veterinary clinics to the Departments of Pathology and Parasitology $/ of Veterinary of Montevideo 3 * 4 * ** ...

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... of **spaces** which are digital and, at the same time, produce face to face ..."hybrid **spaces**" emerge from the integration of digital technologies in the physical ...these **public** **spaces**, a ...

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... in **public** **spaces** since it took away the previous need for giving a warning before being able to impose a ...in **public** **spaces** is penalised, since the modification came into effect, with fines ...

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... educational **spaces** favor the perception of male students, who score higher than their female counterparts in the dimensions of fascination, being away, and ...other **public** **spaces** (Legendre, 2007); ...

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... of **public** and private **spaces** –qualities that have been on the decline in contemporary cities– even less ...consequently, **public** **spaces** are gradually becoming ...Today’s **public** ...

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... The constant changes undergone by society lead us to propose simple, diverse **spaces** (flexible and customi-‐ zable) that can be adapted to each person's needs. In conceptual terms, tablets are a good example of a ...

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... In the last years, different works have tried to unify both aforesaid generalizations of classical metric, partial metric and fuzzy one, in a single one notion. For instance, in Yue and Gu (2014) was given a concept of ...

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... Definition 2.9. Let (X, M, ∗) and (Y, N, ) be two fuzzy metric **spaces**. A mapping f from X to Y is said to be an isometry if for each x, y ∈ X and t > 0, M (x, y, t) = N (f (x), f (y), t) and, in this case, if f ...

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... these **spaces** have had, and which they could become, even in minor localities which participate in local deve- lopment projects in two possible ways: the re- discovery of the past and the re-planning of the ...Old ...

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... ‘because **public** health cannot be separated from its broad so- cioeconomic context,’ and **public** health pro- fessionals cannot silently witness such egre- gious social injustices as poverty, discrimina- tion, ...

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... R n ) with constant exponent 1 ≤ p ≤ ∞ is an example of Banach function **spaces**. Kov´ aˇ cik and R´ akosn´ık [12] have proved that the generalized Lebesgue space L p(·) ( R n ) with variable exponent p(·) is a ...

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... This work is based on a talk given in “X Encuentro de Analistas A. P. Calder´ on” at La Falda, C´ ordoba, Argentina, August 25-28, 2010. The talk was about some results obtained in [5] and [6] about Sobolev **spaces** ...

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... only **public** facilities owned and maintain by the city council relevant to our population: multi-sports centers, gyms, covered and non-covered swimming pools, indoors and outdoors courts (basketball, tennis, ...

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... I suggest that there are three main reasons that problematise theoretical approaches to the figure of the flâneuse. Naturally, scholars often ground their arguments on the fact that nineteenth-century society was ...

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... the **public** school ‘ … emerge[s] as a territorialized space where various subjects who inhabit it are condemned to a certain impermeability through stereotypes of hygiene and normativity’ ...

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