Andrea Galvani

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The LISP-MN protocol is an extension of the Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP) that support end-host IP mobility and that, to operate, requires updating the software of the mobile terminal. However in several scenarios this is a major roadblock to effectively deploy mobility. On the one hand the operator must support the implementation over a wide range(More)
Database constraints, such as "patients with the same symptoms get the same therapies", may be modeled by means of functional dependencies (FD). They have been extended to represent temporal constraints such as "patients with the same symptoms and the same administered therapies, receive in the next period the same therapies". These constraints are called(More)
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