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  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2008
    Closed Access
    Authors: 
    GALLETTI, CLAUDIO; FATTORI, PATRIZIA; GAMBERINI, MICHELA; BREVEGLIERI, ROSSELLA; PASSARELLI, LAURETTA; BOSCO, ANNALISA;
    Country: Italy

    FP6-2004-IST-4 MATHESIS 027574 The overall objective of the MATHESIS project is to explore fundamental aspects of social communication and adaptive behaviour, namely the process of assigning meaning to the actions of other subjects. This will be demonstrated by developing artificial cognitive agents able to acquire a motor repertory by observational learning. Observational learning is understood here as the capacity to acquire an action strategy through observation only, without the experimentation needed in learning procedures, which mostly use trial-and-error (e.g., reinforcement learning).

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2013
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Paolo MATTHIAE, Nicolò MARCHETTI; Paolo MATTHIAE; Nicolò MARCHETTI;
    Publisher: Left Coast Press Inc.
    Country: Italy

    The discovery of 17,000 tablets at the mid-third millennium BC site of Ebla in Syria has revolutionized the study of the ancient Near East. This is the frst major English-language volume describing the multidisciplinary archaeological research at Ebla. Using an innovative regional landscape approach, the 29 contributions to this expansive volume examine Ebla in its regional context through lenses of archaeological, textual, archaeobiological, archaeometric, geomorphological, and remote sensing analysis. In doing so, they are able to provide us with a detailed picture of the constituent elements and trajectories of early state development at Ebla, essential to those studying the ancient Near East and to other archaeologists, historians, anthropologists, and linguists. This work was made possible by an IDEAS grant from the European Research Council.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    MALORGIO, GIULIO;
    Country: Italy

    NEW MEDIT is a quarterly review published on behalf of the IAM in Bari, the Italian Institute of Ciheam. Economics, agriculture, and environment are the key words of the subjects dealt with in the review. The papers tackle the different problems characterising the economy and the agriculture of the Mediterranean countries, with a multi-disciplinary approach,, and the relationships between them. NEW MEDIT is an information and scientific analysis tool for getting a deeper insight into the economic and the social transformations of agriculture and the rural societies as well as in agro-food networks of the Mediterranean Basin. The articles are published in English or French, with an abstract in both languages. Articles submitted for publication are evaluated by the editorial board and by outside readers chosen on account of their expertise. Impact factor: 0,11

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    RAGGI, MERI;
    Country: Italy

    Well functioning factor markets are a crucial condition for the competitiveness and growth of agriculture and for rural development. At the same time, the functioning of the factor markets themselves are influenced by changes in agriculture and the rural economy, and in EU policies. Member state regulations and institutions affecting land, labour, and capital markets may cause important heterogeneity in the factor markets, which may have important effects on the functioning of the factor markets and on the interactions between factor markets and EU policies. The general objective of the Factor Markets project is to analyse the functioning of factor markets for agriculture in the EU-27, including the Candidate Countries. The Factor Markets project will compare the different markets, their institutional framework and their impact on agricultural development and structural change, as well as their impact on rural economies, for the Member States, Candidate Countries and the EU as a whole. The Factor Markets project will focus on capital, labour and land markets. The results of this study will contribute to a better understanding of the fundamental economic factors affecting EU agriculture, thus allowing better targeting of policies to improve the competitiveness of the sector.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2006
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    C. Melchiorri; B. Siciliano;
    Publisher: IFAC - Elsevier
    Country: Italy

    Welcome to SY.RO.CO.'06! This is the Eight of the IFAC series of triennial Symposia on Robot Control started in 1985. Previous editions were held in Barcelona (E), Karlsruhe (D), Vienna (A), Capri (I), Nantes (F), Vienna (A), and Wroclaw (PL). SY.RO.CO.'06 is held from September 6 to 8, 2006 in Bologna, Italy. Bologna is known for its long history (first settlements are three thousands years old), its University (the oldest in the western culture), the quality of food and also for the numerous industries. Nowadays, Bologna is a wealthy and cosmopolitan city —with an excellent quality of life— and one of Italy's leading centres of industry and business. The Symposium site is the Convento di Santa Cristina located in the heart of Bologna, an ancient nunnery funded in the XIII Century by a group of Camaldolese nuns. The renovated environment constitutes the ideal venue for stimulation and interchange of ideas among scientists. We would like to thank the Members of both the International Program Committee and of the National Organizing Committee for their time and endeavours to handle the 166 submitted papers and videos. Reviews have been handled electronically, under the supervision of the Members of the IPC and NOC, and for each paper three independent reviews have been collected. We feel indebted to all Reviewers for their precious assistance in guaranteeing professional reviews of the papers. All this was of vital importance to ensure the high quality of the Symposium. The final selection has lead to the 130 papers in the Technical Program. This consists of 33 sessions disposed in 3 parallel tracks for the 3 days of the Symposium, bringing together contributions from 335 leading researchers representing 25 different countries. The Preprints are provided in a CD-ROM and, in addition, the Final Program booklet contains the abstracts of all the papers. The papers cover a range of topics relevant to the field of robot control, including Modelling and Identification, Control Design and Implementation, Motion and Force Control, Computational Aspects, Grasp Control, Haptic Systems, Telemanipulation, Autonomous Robots, Nonholonomic Robotic Systems, Space Robotics. The Symposium features three invited plenary speakers: Dr. Torgny Brogardh from ABB Robotics, Sweden, presents a lecture entitled Present and Future Robot Control Development – An Industrial Perspective, Professor Vincent Hayward from McGill University, Montreal, Canada, presents a lecture entitled Haptic Synthesis, and Professor Yoshi Nakamura, from University of Tokyo, Japan, presents a lecture entitled Humanoid Robots. In addition, a related event is scheduled on the afternoon of September 5. A Round Table on Research Networks and Technology Transfer in Robotics and Related Technologies has been organized by Professor Claudio Bonivento from University of Bologna. To balance the technical side and to provide pleasing opportunities of interaction among participants, we have put together a rich social program, with the possibility of visiting other famous Italian cities, such as Venice, Florence, or Rome. Our deep gratitude goes to the Scientific Organizations that kindly agreed to sponsor the Symposium as well as to the several Financial Supporters for their generous contributions that have ultimately made the Symposium come true. SY.RO.CO.'06 owes its success to the Authors, Session Chairs, and Attendees. On behalf of the International Program Committee and the National Organizing Committee, we would like to thank you all for participating in the Symposium and we hope that you enjoy both the technical and social program.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2013
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Bitelli G.;
    Publisher: AUTeC - Associazione Universitari di Topografia e Cartografia
    Country: Italy

    Raccolta, edita con cadenza annuale, di contributi scientifici di Dottori di Ricerca nel settore della Geomatica, promossa dall'Associazione Universitari di Topografia e Cartografia (AUTeC) e curata dal Coordinatore Nazionale G. Bitelli. I lavori vengono vagliati dai docenti che compongono la Giunta dell'Associazione.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2013
    Closed Access
    Authors: 
    RAGGI, MERI;
    Country: Italy

    Stronger accountability requirements and EU budget constraints will increase the pressure towards policies targeted on specific objectives such as the provision of public benefits (environmental, rural, social). For the EU`s rural development programmes 2007-2013 Member States are requested to collect indicators on characteristics, needs, expenditures and results. Additionally, managing authorities in some Member States have created GIS-based databases with a huge amount of data related to area-based measures. What is lacking is analysis in which these data sets are combined with other indicators at a high level of regional disaggregation. The FP7 EU project SPARD deals with this research question. The main objectives of SPARD are •to provide a framework for organising the collection and the use of regional key baseline data and evaluation results of Rural Development Programmes other statistical and economic information in a systematic, clear and concise way;•to explain the causal relationships between regional characteristics and needs, on the one hand, and the Rural Development Programmes implementation and success in their spatial dimension, on the other, •to develop and apply a spatial econometric modelling approach•to build a tool that will help policymakers, both at EU and Member States/ regional level, to design better targeted Rural Development Programmes

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    BITELLI, GABRIELE;
    Country: Italy

    The RAPID project is a contribution to better understand the capability of remote sensing (radar and optical) in order to quantify damage due to extreme events, such as earthquakes, eruptions, floodings and also anthropogenic disasters. In fact, requirements for emergency applications seem to be fully satisfied by Cosmo-Skymed core project: fast delivery of information requested, very high resolution data and all weather capability. The RAPID project is presented by a team of the University of Bologna. The team is constituted by a leading Professor, a co-leading advisor and two PhD, all of them with experience in the field of processing optical satellite image for disaster management application. The intention is to use Cosmo-Skymed imagery, with its unique characteristics, to develop particular applications, such as building inventories, change/damage maps and to quantify damage; optical satellite images and cartographic databases will be also used during the research. The objective is to develop application and data fusion techniques and to make them rapid and robust. The project flow will be subdivided in three subsequent modules: Module 1: a - Data homogenization. b - Information extraction Module 2: Change detection Module 3: Developing of data integration/fusion The first module is dedicated to understand how radar information can be perceived by visual interpreter and GIS analyst, in order to make the information available for emergency application. This workflow will be very practical, in particular when used together with OPEN GIS standards for interoperable information exchange. The intention of module 2 is to develop change detection procedures that exploit Cosmo-Skymed capability to map disaster information in hours after an event occurs. With applications of data homogenization of module 1, it will be possible to arrive to a damage map and to a quantitative evaluation of damage produced. The third module will be devoted to integrate all information coming from heterogeneous data sources, with the aim to provide at the end of the study period factive Cosmo-Skymed derived products available to the International Community. The capability to integrate RAPID research to GMES platform will be considered as one of the priority.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Patrizia Tassinari;
    Country: Italy

    The aim of this project is to improve sustainability, animal welfare and productivity in dairy farming through the use of advanced data analytics. Livestock farms routinely produce and monitor data relating to environmental conditions, animal behaviour, and production parameters. Similarly, milk quality reports at dairies and labs are often logged for long-term analysis. The development of data-driven platforms and solutions which bring all this separate data together could be used to enhance decision-making and improve the sustainability of the agrifood system. This project will bring all this information together by developing a system which integrates and harmonises the different data types. The outcomes of this will be used by stakeholders in the dairy farming sector to improve their decision-making processes relating to sustainability, animal welfare and productivity.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    VIAGGI, DAVIDE;
    Country: Italy

    Organic and low-input farming systems have been shown to benefit farmland biodiversity although a generic indicator system to assess these benefits at the European level is lacking. The BIOBIO project will therefore pursue the following objectives: 1. Conceptualization of criteria for a scientifically-based selection of biodiversity indicators for organic/low-input farming systems; 2. Assessment and validation of a set of candidate biodiversity indicators in representative case studies across Europe (and in ICPC countries); 3. Preparation of guidelines for the implementation of biodiversity indicators for organic/low-input farming systems for Europe and beyond. Existing indirect farm management indicators as well as direct indicators for genetic, species and habitat diversity will be assessed for their scientific soundness, practicality, geographic scope and usefulness for stakeholders. Candidate indicators will be tested in a standardised design in twelve case studies across Europe and later in three ICPC countries. Case study regions will include pannonian, alpine, boreal, Atlantic and Mediterranean grassland systems (both organic and/or low-input), rain fed organic farms under temperate and Mediterranean conditions, mixed organic farming, organic special crops and low-input tree/agroforestry systems. Plot, farm and regional scales (where applicable) will be addressed. The investigation will include new agricultural practices, e.g. soil conservation, crop rotation management, seed and crop mixtures and economic issues relating to the costs of indicator measurement and to benefits of biodiversity as perceived by different groups of the population. Stakeholders (farming communities, conservation NGOs, administrators) will be integrated at critical stages of the indicator selection process. A handbook with factsheets will be produced for validated indicators and a sampling design for biodiversity monitoring in organic and low-input farming systems across Europe.

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31 Research products, page 1 of 4
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2008
    Closed Access
    Authors: 
    GALLETTI, CLAUDIO; FATTORI, PATRIZIA; GAMBERINI, MICHELA; BREVEGLIERI, ROSSELLA; PASSARELLI, LAURETTA; BOSCO, ANNALISA;
    Country: Italy

    FP6-2004-IST-4 MATHESIS 027574 The overall objective of the MATHESIS project is to explore fundamental aspects of social communication and adaptive behaviour, namely the process of assigning meaning to the actions of other subjects. This will be demonstrated by developing artificial cognitive agents able to acquire a motor repertory by observational learning. Observational learning is understood here as the capacity to acquire an action strategy through observation only, without the experimentation needed in learning procedures, which mostly use trial-and-error (e.g., reinforcement learning).

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2013
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Paolo MATTHIAE, Nicolò MARCHETTI; Paolo MATTHIAE; Nicolò MARCHETTI;
    Publisher: Left Coast Press Inc.
    Country: Italy

    The discovery of 17,000 tablets at the mid-third millennium BC site of Ebla in Syria has revolutionized the study of the ancient Near East. This is the frst major English-language volume describing the multidisciplinary archaeological research at Ebla. Using an innovative regional landscape approach, the 29 contributions to this expansive volume examine Ebla in its regional context through lenses of archaeological, textual, archaeobiological, archaeometric, geomorphological, and remote sensing analysis. In doing so, they are able to provide us with a detailed picture of the constituent elements and trajectories of early state development at Ebla, essential to those studying the ancient Near East and to other archaeologists, historians, anthropologists, and linguists. This work was made possible by an IDEAS grant from the European Research Council.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    MALORGIO, GIULIO;
    Country: Italy

    NEW MEDIT is a quarterly review published on behalf of the IAM in Bari, the Italian Institute of Ciheam. Economics, agriculture, and environment are the key words of the subjects dealt with in the review. The papers tackle the different problems characterising the economy and the agriculture of the Mediterranean countries, with a multi-disciplinary approach,, and the relationships between them. NEW MEDIT is an information and scientific analysis tool for getting a deeper insight into the economic and the social transformations of agriculture and the rural societies as well as in agro-food networks of the Mediterranean Basin. The articles are published in English or French, with an abstract in both languages. Articles submitted for publication are evaluated by the editorial board and by outside readers chosen on account of their expertise. Impact factor: 0,11

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    RAGGI, MERI;
    Country: Italy

    Well functioning factor markets are a crucial condition for the competitiveness and growth of agriculture and for rural development. At the same time, the functioning of the factor markets themselves are influenced by changes in agriculture and the rural economy, and in EU policies. Member state regulations and institutions affecting land, labour, and capital markets may cause important heterogeneity in the factor markets, which may have important effects on the functioning of the factor markets and on the interactions between factor markets and EU policies. The general objective of the Factor Markets project is to analyse the functioning of factor markets for agriculture in the EU-27, including the Candidate Countries. The Factor Markets project will compare the different markets, their institutional framework and their impact on agricultural development and structural change, as well as their impact on rural economies, for the Member States, Candidate Countries and the EU as a whole. The Factor Markets project will focus on capital, labour and land markets. The results of this study will contribute to a better understanding of the fundamental economic factors affecting EU agriculture, thus allowing better targeting of policies to improve the competitiveness of the sector.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2006
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    C. Melchiorri; B. Siciliano;
    Publisher: IFAC - Elsevier
    Country: Italy

    Welcome to SY.RO.CO.'06! This is the Eight of the IFAC series of triennial Symposia on Robot Control started in 1985. Previous editions were held in Barcelona (E), Karlsruhe (D), Vienna (A), Capri (I), Nantes (F), Vienna (A), and Wroclaw (PL). SY.RO.CO.'06 is held from September 6 to 8, 2006 in Bologna, Italy. Bologna is known for its long history (first settlements are three thousands years old), its University (the oldest in the western culture), the quality of food and also for the numerous industries. Nowadays, Bologna is a wealthy and cosmopolitan city —with an excellent quality of life— and one of Italy's leading centres of industry and business. The Symposium site is the Convento di Santa Cristina located in the heart of Bologna, an ancient nunnery funded in the XIII Century by a group of Camaldolese nuns. The renovated environment constitutes the ideal venue for stimulation and interchange of ideas among scientists. We would like to thank the Members of both the International Program Committee and of the National Organizing Committee for their time and endeavours to handle the 166 submitted papers and videos. Reviews have been handled electronically, under the supervision of the Members of the IPC and NOC, and for each paper three independent reviews have been collected. We feel indebted to all Reviewers for their precious assistance in guaranteeing professional reviews of the papers. All this was of vital importance to ensure the high quality of the Symposium. The final selection has lead to the 130 papers in the Technical Program. This consists of 33 sessions disposed in 3 parallel tracks for the 3 days of the Symposium, bringing together contributions from 335 leading researchers representing 25 different countries. The Preprints are provided in a CD-ROM and, in addition, the Final Program booklet contains the abstracts of all the papers. The papers cover a range of topics relevant to the field of robot control, including Modelling and Identification, Control Design and Implementation, Motion and Force Control, Computational Aspects, Grasp Control, Haptic Systems, Telemanipulation, Autonomous Robots, Nonholonomic Robotic Systems, Space Robotics. The Symposium features three invited plenary speakers: Dr. Torgny Brogardh from ABB Robotics, Sweden, presents a lecture entitled Present and Future Robot Control Development – An Industrial Perspective, Professor Vincent Hayward from McGill University, Montreal, Canada, presents a lecture entitled Haptic Synthesis, and Professor Yoshi Nakamura, from University of Tokyo, Japan, presents a lecture entitled Humanoid Robots. In addition, a related event is scheduled on the afternoon of September 5. A Round Table on Research Networks and Technology Transfer in Robotics and Related Technologies has been organized by Professor Claudio Bonivento from University of Bologna. To balance the technical side and to provide pleasing opportunities of interaction among participants, we have put together a rich social program, with the possibility of visiting other famous Italian cities, such as Venice, Florence, or Rome. Our deep gratitude goes to the Scientific Organizations that kindly agreed to sponsor the Symposium as well as to the several Financial Supporters for their generous contributions that have ultimately made the Symposium come true. SY.RO.CO.'06 owes its success to the Authors, Session Chairs, and Attendees. On behalf of the International Program Committee and the National Organizing Committee, we would like to thank you all for participating in the Symposium and we hope that you enjoy both the technical and social program.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2013
    Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Bitelli G.;
    Publisher: AUTeC - Associazione Universitari di Topografia e Cartografia
    Country: Italy

    Raccolta, edita con cadenza annuale, di contributi scientifici di Dottori di Ricerca nel settore della Geomatica, promossa dall'Associazione Universitari di Topografia e Cartografia (AUTeC) e curata dal Coordinatore Nazionale G. Bitelli. I lavori vengono vagliati dai docenti che compongono la Giunta dell'Associazione.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2013
    Closed Access
    Authors: 
    RAGGI, MERI;
    Country: Italy

    Stronger accountability requirements and EU budget constraints will increase the pressure towards policies targeted on specific objectives such as the provision of public benefits (environmental, rural, social). For the EU`s rural development programmes 2007-2013 Member States are requested to collect indicators on characteristics, needs, expenditures and results. Additionally, managing authorities in some Member States have created GIS-based databases with a huge amount of data related to area-based measures. What is lacking is analysis in which these data sets are combined with other indicators at a high level of regional disaggregation. The FP7 EU project SPARD deals with this research question. The main objectives of SPARD are •to provide a framework for organising the collection and the use of regional key baseline data and evaluation results of Rural Development Programmes other statistical and economic information in a systematic, clear and concise way;•to explain the causal relationships between regional characteristics and needs, on the one hand, and the Rural Development Programmes implementation and success in their spatial dimension, on the other, •to develop and apply a spatial econometric modelling approach•to build a tool that will help policymakers, both at EU and Member States/ regional level, to design better targeted Rural Development Programmes

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    BITELLI, GABRIELE;
    Country: Italy

    The RAPID project is a contribution to better understand the capability of remote sensing (radar and optical) in order to quantify damage due to extreme events, such as earthquakes, eruptions, floodings and also anthropogenic disasters. In fact, requirements for emergency applications seem to be fully satisfied by Cosmo-Skymed core project: fast delivery of information requested, very high resolution data and all weather capability. The RAPID project is presented by a team of the University of Bologna. The team is constituted by a leading Professor, a co-leading advisor and two PhD, all of them with experience in the field of processing optical satellite image for disaster management application. The intention is to use Cosmo-Skymed imagery, with its unique characteristics, to develop particular applications, such as building inventories, change/damage maps and to quantify damage; optical satellite images and cartographic databases will be also used during the research. The objective is to develop application and data fusion techniques and to make them rapid and robust. The project flow will be subdivided in three subsequent modules: Module 1: a - Data homogenization. b - Information extraction Module 2: Change detection Module 3: Developing of data integration/fusion The first module is dedicated to understand how radar information can be perceived by visual interpreter and GIS analyst, in order to make the information available for emergency application. This workflow will be very practical, in particular when used together with OPEN GIS standards for interoperable information exchange. The intention of module 2 is to develop change detection procedures that exploit Cosmo-Skymed capability to map disaster information in hours after an event occurs. With applications of data homogenization of module 1, it will be possible to arrive to a damage map and to a quantitative evaluation of damage produced. The third module will be devoted to integrate all information coming from heterogeneous data sources, with the aim to provide at the end of the study period factive Cosmo-Skymed derived products available to the International Community. The capability to integrate RAPID research to GMES platform will be considered as one of the priority.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Patrizia Tassinari;
    Country: Italy

    The aim of this project is to improve sustainability, animal welfare and productivity in dairy farming through the use of advanced data analytics. Livestock farms routinely produce and monitor data relating to environmental conditions, animal behaviour, and production parameters. Similarly, milk quality reports at dairies and labs are often logged for long-term analysis. The development of data-driven platforms and solutions which bring all this separate data together could be used to enhance decision-making and improve the sustainability of the agrifood system. This project will bring all this information together by developing a system which integrates and harmonises the different data types. The outcomes of this will be used by stakeholders in the dairy farming sector to improve their decision-making processes relating to sustainability, animal welfare and productivity.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    VIAGGI, DAVIDE;
    Country: Italy

    Organic and low-input farming systems have been shown to benefit farmland biodiversity although a generic indicator system to assess these benefits at the European level is lacking. The BIOBIO project will therefore pursue the following objectives: 1. Conceptualization of criteria for a scientifically-based selection of biodiversity indicators for organic/low-input farming systems; 2. Assessment and validation of a set of candidate biodiversity indicators in representative case studies across Europe (and in ICPC countries); 3. Preparation of guidelines for the implementation of biodiversity indicators for organic/low-input farming systems for Europe and beyond. Existing indirect farm management indicators as well as direct indicators for genetic, species and habitat diversity will be assessed for their scientific soundness, practicality, geographic scope and usefulness for stakeholders. Candidate indicators will be tested in a standardised design in twelve case studies across Europe and later in three ICPC countries. Case study regions will include pannonian, alpine, boreal, Atlantic and Mediterranean grassland systems (both organic and/or low-input), rain fed organic farms under temperate and Mediterranean conditions, mixed organic farming, organic special crops and low-input tree/agroforestry systems. Plot, farm and regional scales (where applicable) will be addressed. The investigation will include new agricultural practices, e.g. soil conservation, crop rotation management, seed and crop mixtures and economic issues relating to the costs of indicator measurement and to benefits of biodiversity as perceived by different groups of the population. Stakeholders (farming communities, conservation NGOs, administrators) will be integrated at critical stages of the indicator selection process. A handbook with factsheets will be produced for validated indicators and a sampling design for biodiversity monitoring in organic and low-input farming systems across Europe.