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2019 Other Open Access OPEN

Le radiazioni
Martinelli M., Bastiani L., Paolicchi F.
Una introduzione alle radiazioni - Materiale per Bright 2019

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2019 Conference object Open Access OPEN

Lo Stile di Vita del Frequentatore della Montagna
Martinelli M., Bastiani L., Valoti P., Agazzi G., Carrara B., Parigi G. B., Marina Malannino M., Spinelli A., Calderoli A., Orizio L., Righi M., Pardini F., Benassi A., D'Angelo G., Giardini G., Moroni D., Mrakic Sposta S., Pratali L.
La variazione dei frequentatori della montagna degli ultimi anni sta significativamente cambiando le problematiche del territorio montano: se da un lato aumenta il numero delle presenze temporanee (turisti, lavoratori, etc...), dall'altro diminuisce quello degli abitanti. Il primo, tra le varie, sta elevando il Male Acuto di alta Montagna (MAM) a problema di salute pubblica non trascurabile; il secondo porta ad una minore gestione del territorio generando problemi diretti ed indiretti, tra questi, favorito altresì dal riscaldamento globale, anche la proliferazione delle zecche. Questa ricerca ha esaminato in particolare I fattori di rischio individuale relativo allo stile di vita e al MAM.Source: XXI CONVEGNO NAZIONALE SIMeM, Arabba, 28/09/2019

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2019 Other Unknown

Conoscenze Popolazione Radiazioni - Sito del Progetto RadioPoGe
Martinelli M., Bastiani L., Paolicchi F., Salvetti O., Caramella D.
Aggiornamento del Sito web per il progetto "Conoscenze della popolazione sui rischi delle procedure radiologiche" dedicato alla raccolta e alla elaborazione dei dati per la valutazione delle conoscenze della popolazione in merito ai rischi delle procedure radiologiche e alla comprensione delle corrette modalità con cui comunicare tali rischi ai pazienti. Versione 1.3_4 del 2019-12-20

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2019 Conference object Open Access OPEN

Male acuto di montagna: una app per test di autovalutazione
Martinelli M., Giardini G., Bastiani L., Agazzi G. C., Mrakic Sposta S., Pratali L.
Una applicazione sul Male Acuto di Montagna per il frequentatore delle montagneSource: XXI CONVEGNO NAZIONALE SIMeM 2019, Arabba, 28/9/2019

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2019 Other Open Access OPEN

Conoscenze Popolazione Radiazioni
Martinelli M., Bastiani L., Paolicchi F.
Sito web per il progetto "Conoscenze della popolazione sui rischi delle procedure radiologiche" dedicato alla raccolta e alla elaborazione dei dati per la valutazione delle conoscenze della popolazione in merito ai rischi delle procedure radiologiche e alla comprensione delle corrette modalità con cui comunicare tali rischi ai pazienti.

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2019 Article Open Access OPEN

Generalized bayesian model selection for speckle on remote sensing images
Karakus O., Kuruoglu E. E., Altinkaya M. A.
Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and ultrasound (US) are two important active imaging techniques for remote sensing, both of which are subject to speckle noise caused by coherent summation of back-scattered waves and subsequent nonlinear envelope transformations. Estimating the characteristics of this multiplicative noise is crucial to develop denoising methods and to improve statistical inference from remote sensing images. In this paper, reversible jump Markov chain Monte Carlo (RJMCMC) algorithm has been used with a wider interpretation and a recently proposed RJMCMC-based Bayesian approach, trans-space RJMCMC, has been utilized. The proposed method provides an automatic model class selection mechanism for remote sensing images of SAR and US where the model class space consists of popular envelope distribution families. The proposed method estimates the correct distribution family, as well as the shape and the scale parameters, avoiding performing an exhaustive search. For the experimental analysis, different SAR images of urban, forest and agricultural scenes, and two different US images of a human heart have been used. Simulation results show the efficiency of the proposed method in finding statistical models for speckle.Source: IEEE transactions on image processing 28 (2019): 1748–1758. doi:10.1109/TIP.2018.2878322
DOI: 10.1109/TIP.2018.2878322

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2019 Report Open Access OPEN

Developing a Tele-Visit system in ACTIVAGE project
Carboni A.
The work described in this technical note is part of the technological development activities, for the year 2018, related to the H2020 project ACTIVAGE, a European Multi Centric Large Scale Pilot on Smart Living Environments.Project(s): ACTIVAGE via OpenAIRE

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Deep learning in precision agriculture
Martinelli M., Benassi A., Pardini F., Righi M., Salvetti O., Moroni D.
The work described in this research report is part of the activities carried out within the Scientific Collaboration between the Laboratory of Signals and Images at CNR-ISTI and CNR-IBIMET.

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2019 Other Unknown

Innovazione in telemedicina
Martinelli M.
Seminario sulle tecnologie innovative in telemedicina.

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Le Tecnologie Web - PCTO
Martinelli M.
Una introduzione a HTML e CSS con esercizi da svolgere - Materiale didattico per gli studenti del Liceo Scientifico Ulisse Dini di Pisa in ambito PCTO (ex alternanza scuola-lavoro).

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Deep Learning - PCTO
Martinelli M.
Materiale didattico per gli studenti del Liceo Scientifico Ulisse Dini di Pisa nell'ambito del PCTO 2019 (ex alternanza scuola-lavoro).

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Sequential Monte Carlo for studying effective connectivity in fMRI
Costagli M., Kuruoglu E., Ambrosi P., Buonincontri G., Biagi L., Tosetti M.
The signal fluctuations in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) have been proved suitable for investigating brain connectivity. Sequential Monte Carlo methods ("particle filters") aim at estimating internal states in dynamic systems when only partial and noisy observations are available. Differently from the majority of techniques commonly used for investigating brain connectivity, which assume stationarity, particle filters are designed for stochastic time-varying systems. We present a particle filtering algorithm tailored to fMRI data, whose purpose is to help assessing the presence of causal influences that certain brain areas may exert over others. The algorithm has been validated on a simulated network and applied to real fMRI data.Source: International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 27th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Montreal, Canada, 11-15/5/2019

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2019 Other Unknown

Un salto nel futuro, oggi nel presente: la Telemedicina
Pratali L., Martinelli M.
Presentazione sulla telemedicina al Corso di Medicina di Montagna - Rifugio Casati (SO).

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2019 Conference object Restricted

Sea level trends and variability in the Adriatic Sea and around Venice
Vignudelli S., De Biasio F., Scozzari A., Zecchetto S., Papa A.
A preliminary analysis of sea level (SL) changes around Venice from three tide gauges (TGs) (one off-shore: AAPTF, one at the coast: DSL, and one inside the lagoon: PS) to characterize the variability during 1993-2015 and relative SL trends, is provided. As no global positioning system (GPS) data covering the same period was available to the authors for the three tide gauges, the analysis is restricted to changes relative to the land. Monthly SL means from the European Space Agency (ESA) Sea Level Climate Change Initiative (CCI) altimeter-derived product are also used. A comparison between the monthly mean time series of CCI and AAPTF has been performed using the nearest CCI grid point to the location of AAPTF: the centered Root Mean Square Difference (cRMSD: the root mean square difference of the two series with the respective means removed) resulted 6.33 cm, while the Pearson's linear correlation reached 0.75. Much higher agreement was found, as expected, between the monthly mean records of AAPTF and PS TGs: the cRMSD was 1.03 cm, and the linear correlation 0.99. We obtained 6.65 mm year1 at AAPTF over the Satellite Altimetry (SA) era (1993-2015). A smaller trend has been found here from altimetry (4.25 mm year1). The differences might be explained in terms of Vertical Land Motion (VLM) which was not accounted for in the TGs time series, to the different processing of TGs and altimeter data (in the altimeter signal the Dynamic Atmospheric Correction is removed), and/or uncertainties in this area due to the current CCI product that is based on open ocean altimetry. In general, the altimetry trends derived from CCI are spatially higher in the Adriatic Sea than Global Mean Sea Level (GMSL) in most of the region, with greater values than average in Venice. Reprocessing of along-track altimeter data sets with consistent coastal processing for all missions is expected to enhance SL accuracy and with a better refining of raw trends. The SA era is too short to delineate or discuss an affordable climatology, as decadal SL variations cannot be accounted for by such a short time series, nonetheless the rates calculated in this study are fruitfully compared each other and with those derived by SA.Source: FRM4ALT International Cal/Val Review 2018, pp. 1–10, 22-26 April 2018
DOI: 10.1007/1345_2018_51

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Correlazione tra sintomatologia da reflusso e impatto fisico-socio- emozionale ed economico nel cantante
Nacci A., Pagani R., Bastiani L., Martinelli M., Berrettini S., Fattori B.
Correlare in un gruppo di cantanti la sintomatologia indicativa di reflusso faringo-laringeo (LPR) valutata attraverso il Reflux Symptom Index (RSI) con l'impatto fisico-socio-emozionale ed economico dei disturbi vocali studiato tramite l'indice S-VHI.Source: XXXVII Congresso Nazionale della Società Italiana di Audiologia e Foniatria (SIAF), Dipartimento di Ingegneria "Enzo Ferrari", Modena, 6-9/11/2019

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Nuove Frontiere nell'Analisi della Voce - Acquisizione e Classificazione dati
Nacci A., Pagani R., Fattori B., Bastiani L., Martinelli M.
Acquisizione e Classificazione datiSource: XXXVII Congresso Nazionale della Società Italiana di Audiologia e Foniatria (SIAF), Dipartimento di Ingegneria "Enzo Ferrari", Modena, 6-9/11/2019

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Stato dell'Arte nell'Analisi della Voce
Bastiani L., Nacci A., Pagani R., Fattori B., Martinelli M.
STATO DELL'ARTE NELL'ANALISI DELLA VOCESource: XXXVII Congresso Nazionale della Società Italiana di Audiologia e Foniatria (SIAF), Dipartimento di Ingegneria "Enzo Ferrari", Modena, 6-9/11/2019

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2019 Other Unknown

The LifeStyle of mountain-goers
Agazzi G, Pratali L., Mrakic Sposta S., Bastiani L, Valoti P., Carrara B, Parigi G. B., Malannino M., Spinelli A., Calderoli A., Orizio L., D'Angelo G., Giardini G., Martinelli M.
data collection progress Save the Mountains

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2019 Article Restricted

Effects of climate change on the design of subsurface drainage systems in coastal aquifers in arid/semi-arid regions: case study of the Nile delta
Abd-elaty I., Sallam G. A. H., Straface S., Scozzari A.
The influence of climate change on the availability and quality of both surface- and ground-water resources is well recognized nowadays. In particular, the mitigation of saline water intrusion mechanisms in coastal aquifers is a recurrent environmental issue. In the case of the Nile delta, the presence of sea level rise and the perspective of other human-induced stressors, such as the next operation of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, are threats to be taken into account for guaranteeing resilient agricultural practices within the future possible scenarios. Subsurface drainage offers a practical solution to the problem of upward artesian water movement and the simultaneous downward flow of excess irrigation water, to mitigate the salinization in the root zone. Subsurface draining systems can contribute to mitigate the vulnerability to climate change and to the increased anthropic pressure insofar they are able to receive the incremented flow rate due to the foreseen scenarios of sea level rise, recharge and subsidence. This paper introduces a rational design of subsurface drainage systems in coastal aquifers, taking into account the increment of flow in the draining pipes due to future possible conditions of sea level rise, artificial recharge and subsidence within time horizons that are compatible with the expected lifespan of a buried drainage system. The approach proposed in this paper is characterized by the assessment of the incremental flow through the drains as a function of various possible scenarios at different time horizons. Our calculations show that the impact on the discharge into the existing subsurface drainage system under the new foreseen conditions is anything but negligible. Thus, future climate-related scenarios deeply impact the design of such hydraulic structures, and must be taken into account in the frame of the next water management strategies for safeguarding agricultural activities in the Nile delta and in similar coastal contexts. (C) 2019 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.Source: Science of the total environment 672 (2019): 283–295. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.03.483
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.03.483

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Water surface elevation in coastal and inland waters using satellite radar altimetry
Vignudelli S., Scozzari A., Abileah R., Gómez-enri J., Benveniste J., Cipollini P.
Changes in water surface elevation are traditionally measured in situ by single instruments at a fixed point, yielding a measurement relative to the land where the instrument is installed. Values are generally taken with frequent sampling (order of minutes or less). Such an instrument is called a tide gauge in the ocean environment and more generically a water gauge in lakes and reservoirs. In rivers, the instrument is usually called a stream gauge, because the water surface elevation is then used to derive discharges. Several types of installations are currently in use in hydrometric practice (Vuglinskiy et al., 2009; WMO, 2010), depending on the kind of water target. Many databases around the world collect and make available water surface elevations. Concerning extreme events, there is a clear requirement for high-frequency (ie, sampling at subhour intervals) information. The GESLA-2 (Global Extreme Sea Level Analysis version 2) database is an updated data set of high-frequency water surface elevations obtained from tide gauges operated by many agencies around the world (Woodworth et al., 2016). Fig. 4.1 shows the geographical distribution of the 1355 stations presently available in GESLA-2.Source: , pp. 87–127, 2019
DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-814899-0.00004-3

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