Elenco Pubblicazioni - Publications (466)

V. Bartalesi, C. Buzzi, M. Buzzi, B. Leporini, C. Senette: "An Analytic Tool for Assessing Learning in Children with Autism", in Proceedings of HCI International 2014, Springer, LNCS, vol. 8514, pp. 209-220, Jun. 2014

One approach for teaching subjects with autism is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). ABA intervention aims to model human behavior by observing, analyzing and modifying antecedents and/or consequences of a target behavior in the environment. To…
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E. Biondi, C. Boldrini, M. Conti, A. Passarella: "Duty Cycling in Opportunistic Networks: the Effect on Intercontact Times", In Proceedings of ACM MSWiM 2014, pages 1-5, 2014

In opportunistic networks, putting devices in energy saving mode is crucial to preserve their battery, and hence to increase the lifetime of the network and to foster user cooperation. However, a side effect of duty…
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E. Biondi, C. Boldrini, A. Passarella, M. Conti: "Optimal duty cycling in mobile opportunistic networkws with end-to-end delay guarantees", In Proceedings of European Wireless 2014, pages 1-6, 2014

Opportunistic communications have been recently proposed as a key strategy for offloading traffic from 3G/4G cellular networks, which is particularly beneficial in case of crowded areas where many users are interested in similar contents. To…
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Nardini, G., Stea, G., Virdis, A., Sabella, D., Caretti, M., “Effective dynamic coordinated scheduling in LTE- Advanced networks”, Proc. of EuCNC 2014, Bologna, Italy, June 23-26, 2014

This paper proposes a dynamic coordinated scheduling strategy among LTE-Advanced cells. We argue that in current networks dynamic coordinated scheduling is practically feasible only at small scales (e.g., three cells)., and we discuss how to…
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Saverio Citraro, Ricardo Cipriani, Simone Donati, Paola Giannetti, Agostino Lanza, Pierluigi Luciano, Daniel Magalotti, Marco Piendibene: "The Associative Memory system for the FTK processor at ATLAS", PoS - Proceedings of Science

Experiments at the LHC hadron collider search for extremely rare processes hidden in much larger background levels. As the experiment complexity, the accelerator backgrounds and instantaneus luminosity grow, increasingly complex and exclusive event selections are…