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2019 Other Restricted

Linee guida sulla valutazione d'impatto (DPIA - Data Protection Impact Assessment)
Deluca R., Diciotti R., Fantini E., Piccioli T.
Linee Guida sulla valutazione d'impatto ai sensi dell'art. 35 del Regolamento Europeo in materia di protezione dei dati personali (GDPR EU 2016/679).

See at: CNR ExploRA Restricted | www.isti.cnr.it Restricted


2018 Other Restricted

Regolamento utilizzo dei sistemi informatici, rete telematica e sicurezza Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'informazione "A. Faedo"
Deluca R., Diciotti R., Fantini E., Gennai F., Piccioli T.
Regolamento interno diretto ad evitare che comportamenti inconsapevoli possano innescare problemi o minacce alla sicurezza nel trattamento dei dati personali.

See at: CNR ExploRA Restricted | regolamento.isti.cnr.it Restricted


2014 Report Restricted

iMarine infastructure resources
Piccioli T.
This report describes the iMarine resources that compose the D4Science Infrastructure from a system administrator and integrator perspectiveSource: ISTI Technical reports, pp.1–11, 2014
Project(s): IMARINE via OpenAIRE

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2011 Report Restricted

D4Science-II production ecosystem
Piccioli T.
This report describe the activities carried out to deploy and maintain the D4Science-II infrastructure, as the main infrastructure in the D4Science-II production ecosystem.Source: ISTI Technical reports, pp.1–9, 2011
Project(s): D4SCIENCE-II via OpenAIRE

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2009 Report Open Access OPEN

CoPhIR: a test collection for content-based image retrieval
Esuli A., Falchi F., Lucchese C., Perego R., Rabitti F. Bolettieri P., Piccioli T., Rabitti F.
The scalability, as well as the effectiveness, of the different Content-based Image Retrieval (CBIR) approaches proposed in litera- ture, is today an important research issue. Given the wealth of images on theWeb, CBIR systems must in fact leap towardsWeb-scale datasets. In this paper, we report on our experience in building a test collection of 100 million images, with the corresponding descriptive features, to be used in experimenting new scalable techniques for similarity search- ing, and comparing their results. In the context of the SAPIR (Search on Audio-visual content using Peer-to-peer Information Retrieval) Euro- pean project, we had to experiment our distributed similarity searching technology on a realistic data set. Therefore, since no large-scale collec- tion was available for research purpose, we had to tackle the non-trivial process of image crawling and descriptive feature extraction (we used five MPEG-7 features) using the European EGEE computer GRID. The result of this effort is CoPhIR, the first CBIR test collection of such scale. CoPhIR is now open to the research community for experiments and comparisons, and access to the collection was already granted to more than 50 research groups worldwideSource: ISTI Technical reports, pp.1–15, 2009

See at: ISTI Repository Open Access | CNR ExploRA Open Access | puma.isti.cnr.it Open Access


2009 Report Restricted

D4Science resources
Piccioli T.
This report describes the resources that compose the D4Science Infrastructure and the activities to make available and maintain a stable production infrastructureSource: ISTI Technical reports, pp.1–8, 2009
Project(s): D4SCIENCE via OpenAIRE

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2008 Dataset Unknown

CoPhIR (Content-based Photo Image Retrieval) Test-Collection
Rabitti F., Perego R., Falchi F., Lucchese C., Bolettieri C., Silvestri F., Piccioli T.
The CoPhIR (Content-based Photo Image Retrieval) Test-Collection has been developed to make significant tests on the scalability of the SAPIR project infrastructure (SAPIR: Search In Audio Visual Content Using Peer-to-peer IR) for similarity search. CoPhIR is now available to the research community to try and compare different indexing technologies for similarity search, with scalability being the key issue. We have extracted metadata from the Flickr archive, using the EGEE European GRID, through the DILIGENT project. For each image, the standard MPEG7 image feature have been extracted. Each entry of the test-bed contains: * The link to the corresponding entry into Flickr Web site * The photo image thumbnail * An XML structure with the Flickr user information in the corresponding Flickr entry: title, location, GPS, tags, comments, etc. * An XML structure with 5 extracted standard MPEG7 image features: o Scalable Colour o Colour Structure o Colour Layout o Edge Histogram o Homogeneous Texture The data collected so far represents the world largest multimedia metadata collection that is available for research on scalable similarity search techniques. It contains 106 million imagesProject(s): SAPIR

See at: cophir.isti.cnr.it | CNR ExploRA


2008 Report Restricted

DRIVER monitoring tools
Piccioli T.
This report describes the monitoring tools and the monitoring activities carried on for the DRIVER production infrastructure.Source: ISTI Technical reports, pp.1–6, 2008
Project(s): DRIVER II via OpenAIRE

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2008 Report Restricted

Implementation of software prototype for P2P indexing and Collaborative Crawling
Lucchese C., Perego R., Falchi F., Rabitti F., Bolettieri P., Piccioli T.
The focus of this deliverable is to describe the implementation of an integrated software for on-line indexing of audio-visual content into the SAPIR network. We illustrate several tools for pushing user-provided content into the SAPIR network. In particular we describe new SAPIR functionalities aimed at offering to the users the possibility to collaboratively push their audio-visual content into SAPIR enriched with user provided textual metadata. This integrated software is based on the prototypes implementations for P2P indexing, Caching, and Collaborative Crawling. We increased the size of the image collection used in most of the SAPIR experiments to 100 million images, and we validate the metric cache approach in presence of near duplicate queriesSource: Project report, SAPIR, Deliverable D4.5, pp.1–21, 2008
Project(s): SAPIR

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