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Enigmatic E-Cat of Andrea Rossi and the Unitary Quantum Theory

Leo G. Sapogin, Vladimir A. Dzhanibekov, Yuri A. Ryabov
2016 OALib  
In this article we are discussing the nature and mechanism of the huge amount of heat generation in Megawatts Energy Catalyzers (E-cat) of Andrea Rossi that are able to change the energetics of our civilization  ...  Today the science world is agitated by E-Cat of Andrea Rossi that is simply a pressurized ceramic tube with the nickel powder and Hydrogen inside.  ... 
doi:10.4236/oalib.1102833 fatcat:ted2bxestngtdeny3ba42fhadq

Andrea Salvo Rossi, Il Livio di Machiavelli: l'uso politico delle fonti

Alessia Loiacono
2021 Laboratoire Italien  
Andrea Salvo Rossi, Il Livio di Machiavelli: l’uso politico delle fonti Alessia Loiacono Référence(s) : Andrea Salvo Rossi, Il Livio di Machiavelli: l’uso politico delle fonti , Rome, Salerno  ...  Andrea Salvo Rossi traite la question du rapport de Machiavel avec les sources classiques sous un angle inédit, à partir de la difficulté apparente consistant à concilier les deux visages de cet auteur  ... 
doi:10.4000/laboratoireitalien.5988 doaj:0811b80116e1479d9586b3ed49e4e47d fatcat:w4empouu35f2lima7nluua37rq

La imagen como idea Andrea Palladio y los dibujos de Aldo Rossi: Sala nuova del teatro La Fenice e Interno con teatro del mondo

Gabriela Solís Rebolledo
2015 Bitácora arquitectura  
proyectual de Andrea Palladio como idea y forma del proceso de diseño del espacio arquitectónico.  ...  <p>El propósito de este estudio es demostrar que es posible practicar una lectura coherente del dibujo Interno con Teatro del Mondo de Aldo Rossi en tanto reflejo de su interpretación de la metodología  ...  Cortesía: Fondazione Aldo Rossi Andrea Palladio, Palazzo della Ragione, fachada frontal, Vicenza, 1545-1580.  ... 
doi:10.22201/fa.14058901p.2015.30.56626 fatcat:4dkyfi44dzf75edf3qisguzhai

Experiment summary [article]

Andrea Rossi
2015 arXiv   pre-print
The measurement of the production of particles coming from hard scattering processes covers a fundamental role in the characterization of the system formed in heavy-ion collisions, allowing to probe the microscopic processes underlying the interaction of high energy partons with the medium. An impressive amount of measurements related to jet, quarkonia, open heavy flavor, and electroweak signal production in nucleus-nucleus as well as p(d)-nucleus collisions was delivered by experiments at RHIC
more » ... and LHC in past years. In these proceedings, the main experimental results presented during the Hard Probes conference are summarized.
arXiv:1511.04423v1 fatcat:rg3cnwmuqvg2zhwup7cdj5j67q

Βιβλιοκρισία: Late Byzantium Reconsidered. The Arts of the Palaiologan Era in the Mediterranean Edited by Andrea Mattiello and Maria Alessia Rossi, London and New York 2019

2020 Byzantina Symmeikta  
διατριβή για τον Μυστρά στο ενεργητικό του 1 , και της Maria Alessia Rossi, ιστορικού της μεσαιωνικής τέχνης και διδάκτορα του Courtauld Institute of Art.  ...  Δώδεκα μελέτες απαρτίζουν τον τόμο των Πρακτικών αυτής της συνάντησης και εκδίδονται με την επιστημονική επιμέλεια του Andrea Mattiello, ιστορικού της βυζαντινής και της σύγχρονης τέχνης, με μια ενδιαφέρουσα  ... 
doi:10.12681/byzsym.23182 fatcat:2oykgeq4arhy3ajwglx5icnavu

Long-acting antipsychotic drugs for the treatment of schizophrenia: use in daily practice from naturalistic observations

Giuseppe Rossi, Sonia Frediani, Roberta Rossi, Andrea Rossi
2012 BMC Psychiatry  
Giuseppe Rossi and Sonia Frediani have acted as invited speakers for Eli Lilly. Andrea Rossi is a full time employee at Eli Lilly Italy. Roberta Rossi declares no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-244x-12-122 pmid:22909285 pmcid:PMC3573926 fatcat:brkaf3pjrjc5bjxth3rvk6neii

Medical algorithms and formulas

Andrea Rossi
2003 Critical Care  
Critical Care June 2003 Vol 7 No 3 Rossi The Medical Algorithm Project is a database of international scores and formulae commonly used in various clinical specialties and research, including critical  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc2176 fatcat:cjwpzz3kavgopln2kqv76fvxxa

A multicenter retrospective clinical study of CD5/CD10-negative chronic B cell leukemias

Maria Goldaniga, Andrea Ferrario, Sergio Cortelazzo, Andrea Guffanti, Enzo Pavone, Achille Ambrosetti, Luigi Marcheselli, Francesca Rossi, Stefano Luminari, Andrea Rossi, Lilla Cro, Massimo Federico (+2 others)
2008 American Journal of Hematology  
CD5-negative chronic B cell lymphoproliferative disorders in leukemic phase (B-CLPD) are heterogeneous and relatively uncommon pathologies that often lack a histopathological definition because of the absence of accessible pathological tissue. We describe the clinical features and evolution-related variables of 156 patients with CD5/CD10-negative B-CLPD (median age 66 years, range 25-86). The median follow-up was 51 months (range 6-216), and overall 3-and 5-year survival was respectively 87 and
more » ... 76%; 50 patients needed therapy at diagnosis, 56 during follow-up, and 50 remained untreated until the last control. A combined clinical, histological, cytomorphological, immunophenotypical, and cytogenetic diagnostic approach allowed the complete classification of only a minority of patients as being affected by splenic marginal zone or lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma; the majority of cases remained unclassifiable. Multivariate analysis showed that the clinicohematological variables adversely related to overall survival were serum LDH levels and age, whereas high serum LDH levels, hemoglobin levels of <11 g/dl, and splenomegaly related to treatment-free time (in "wait and see" cases); only splenomegaly related to time to progression (in treated patients). In conclusion, our retrospective study describes the clinical features and variables related to evolution in a large group of patients with CD5/CD10-negative chronic B-cell lymphoid leukemias and underlines the fact that a probable lymphoplasmacytic or marginal zone normal cell origin can be supposed in such leukemic forms, but never surely demonstrated. Am. J. Hematol. 83:349-354,
doi:10.1002/ajh.21065 pmid:18186522 fatcat:ufwkhqpl3bab5hixdkylzwi33m

Erratum to: Long-acting antipsychotic drugs for the treatment of schizophrenia: use in daily practice from naturalistic observations

Giuseppe Rossi, Sonia Frediani, Roberta Rossi, Andrea Rossi
2013 BMC Psychiatry  
Rossi et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.  ...  Giuseppe R, Sonia F, Roberta R, Andrea R: Long-acting antipsychotic drugs for the treatment of schizophrenia: use in daily practice from naturalistic observations.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-244x-13-334 fatcat:nfu5sgorrvbf5bqc3sgh5tts64

Thoracic Renal Artery

Umberto G. Rossi, Gian Andrea Rollandi
2019 Aorta  
AbstractWe report a case of right renal artery originating from the thoracic aorta with normal position of the right kidney. Although this anomaly is rare, vascular, thoracic, and urological surgeons should be aware about this vascular variant before planning their surgical intervention.
doi:10.1055/s-0039-1693987 pmid:31614380 pmcid:PMC6794141 fatcat:ilamsuscu5hffhx7d4qx7oht4q

Alice Alignment, Tracking and Physics Performance Results [article]

Andrea Rossi, for the ALICE Collaboration
2011 arXiv   pre-print
The ALICE detector was designed to track and identify particles in a wide transverse momentum range, from more than 100 GeV/c down to ~100 MeV/c. The innermost barrel-like detector, the Inner Tracking System (ITS), is dedicated to precise tracking and to primary and secondary vertices reconstruction. In this proceeding we present the ITS performance for tracking, primary vertex reconstruction and particle identification capability. The current understanding of the detector response is the
more » ... of an extensive phase of commissioning started with 2008 cosmic-ray run and finalized with data from pp collisions: the alignment status of the three ITS sub-systems (Silicon Pixel Detectors, Silicon Drift Detectors, Silicon Strip Detectors) and the study of the detector material budget via the reconstruction of gamma conversion in the material are presented. Precise tracking is required to reconstruct and separate the primary vertex of interaction from secondary vertices from hyperons and heavy-flavour meson decays: some examples of the achieved results are shown.
arXiv:1101.3491v1 fatcat:4v2lpvguwrfb7lxbe3xbghu6rq

Graph Kernel Neural Networks [article]

Luca Cosmo, Giorgia Minello, Michael Bronstein, Emanuele Rodolà, Luca Rossi, Andrea Torsello
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The convolution operator at the core of many modern neural architectures can effectively be seen as performing a dot product between an input matrix and a filter. While this is readily applicable to data such as images, which can be represented as regular grids in the Euclidean space, extending the convolution operator to work on graphs proves more challenging, due to their irregular structure. In this paper, we propose to use graph kernels, i.e., kernel functions that compute an inner product
more » ... n graphs, to extend the standard convolution operator to the graph domain. This allows us to define an entirely structural model that does not require computing the embedding of the input graph. Our architecture allows to plug-in any type and number of graph kernels and has the added benefit of providing some interpretability in terms of the structural masks that are learned during the training process, similarly to what happens for convolutional masks in traditional convolutional neural networks. We perform an extensive ablation study to investigate the impact of the model hyper-parameters and we show that our model achieves competitive performance on standard graph classification datasets.
arXiv:2112.07436v1 fatcat:gdfwqmmtlvbhvnk7oiums7vhdi

On the Von Neumann Entropy of Graphs [article]

Giorgia Minello, Luca Rossi, Andrea Torsello
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Edges = 0.76 Luca Rossi and Andrea Torsello. Measuring vertex centrality using the Holevo quantity.  ... 
arXiv:1809.07533v1 fatcat:h2oiif4fkze5dms4x3urz6miaq


Analice Dutra Pillar, Andrea Hofstaetter, Maria Helena Wagner Rossi, Marília Forgearini Nunes
2016 Revista GEARTE  
Analice Dutra Pillar (Editora-chefe) Andrea Hofstaetter (Editora associada) Maria Helena Wagner Rossi (Editora associada) Marília Forgearini Nunes (Editora associada) 317  ... 
doi:10.22456/2357-9854.70406 fatcat:nk6tslyui5d4vk6n5eopttvexu

Androgenetic alopecia: a review

Francesca Lolli, Francesco Pallotti, Alfredo Rossi, Maria C. Fortuna, Gemma Caro, Andrea Lenzi, Andrea Sansone, Francesco Lombardo
2017 Endocrine (Basingstoke)  
Purpose Androgenetic alopecia, commonly known as male pattern baldness, is the most common type of progressive hair loss disorder in men. The aim of this paper is to review recent advances in understanding the pathophysiology and molecular mechanism of androgenetic alopecia. Methods Using the PubMed database, we conducted a systematic review of the literature, selecting studies published from 1916 to 2016. Results The occurrence and development of androgenetic alopecia depends on the
more » ... of endocrine factors and genetic predisposition. Androgenetic alopecia is characterized by progressive hair follicular miniaturization, caused by the actions of androgens on the epithelial cells of genetically susceptible hair follicles in androgen-dependent areas. Although the exact pathogenesis of androgenetic alopecia remains to be clarified, research has shown that it is a polygenetic condition. Numerous studies have unequivocally identified two major genetic risk loci for androgenetic alopecia, on the X-chromosome AR⁄EDA2R locus and the chromosome 20p11 locus. Conclusions Candidate gene and genome-wide association studies have reported that single-nucleotide polymorphisms at different genomic loci are associated with androgenetic alopecia development. A number of genes determine the predisposition for androgenetic alopecia in a polygenic fashion. However, further studies are needed before the specific genetic factors of this polygenic condition can be fully explained.
doi:10.1007/s12020-017-1280-y pmid:28349362 fatcat:y55hqyxfxrbjplxovokt5gyb6m
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