Publications – Patents
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Deposit Number: 102018000010933 Italian Patent Office Authority
Deposit date: 10/12/2018 – Status: Concessa (Link UIBM)
Metodo di valutazione immobiliare con droni.
AIRCRAFT GPS INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEM AND RELATIVE METHOD: link Espacenet
Applicants BARAZZETTI ALESSANDRO [IT]; CONSORZIO POLITECNICO INNOVAZI [IT]
Inventors BARAZZETTI ALESSANDRO [IT]
Classifications IPC G01S1/00; G01S19/55; G01S5/14; G01S19/22; G01S19/52; (IPC1-7): G01S;
CPC G01S19/55 (EP); G01S19/22 (EP); G01S19/52 (EP);
Published as AU2003205606A1;AU2003205606A8;EP1478939A2;ITMI20020088A1;US2005143872A1;WO03060541A2;WO03060541A3
- Smart flight index experiment: experimental result 2nd part
- Smart flight index experiment: experimental result 1st part
- A topological hypothesis behind the geographic differences in the Italian ‘Covid19’ spreading (25 May 2020)
The dynamics of infectious diseases represent one of the most ancient and rich areas of study of
biomathematics; pathogens adapt and evolve over time, thus determining the appearance of new diseases
or the regeneration of ancient forms of contagion which they thought were now extinct. It is clear that the
human invasion of new ecosystems, factors such as global warming, environmental degradation,
enhancement shifts and communications on an international scale, and changes in the economic field, have
begun to provide more and more fertile ground for the development of new diseases.
- Agent-based Simulation Model applied to social behaviours determining pandemic dynamics – Part 2
Part 2 – We have created a model based on artificial agents that describes some aspects of the diffusion dynamics of COVID-19, especially aspects related to the link between social behaviour and contagion dynamics. Starting from the first part of this article , published on April 2, we investigated how we can link a particular socio-cultural attitude…
- Agent-based simulation model applied to social behaviors determining the dynamics of pandemics – Part 1
Part 1 – We have created a model based on artificial agents that describes some aspects of the diffusion dynamics of COVID-19, especially aspects related to the link between social behavior and contagion dynamics. There are two specificities in the socio-economic structure of the areas in northern Italy initially affected by the pandemic: the spread of small and medium sized companies, organized in territorial clusters (by superimposing maps of the location of the companies and maps of COVID 19 spread, the relationship is clear) and the presence of working men’s aggregations, typical of those areas.