Antonio Caiazzo

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Socioeconomic inequality and its impact on health is a growing concern in the European public health debate. In many countries, the issue is moving away from description towards the identification of the determinants of inequalities and the development of policies explicitly aimed at reducing inequalities in health. In Italy, ten years after the publication(More)
The geographic distribution of health status across Italian regions shows a North-South gradient, with better conditions in the North for both males and females. Using data from the 2000 National Health Interview Survey, the authors first analyze the geographic variation in subjective health and presence of chronic conditions, with specific attention to the(More)
OBJECTIVES Despite substantial progress in surgical techniques and perioperative management, the treatment and long-term follow-up of type A acute aortic dissection (AAD) still remain a major challenge. The objective of this retrospective, multicentre study was to assess in a large series of patients the early and long-term results after surgery for type A(More)
Transfer learning might be a promising approach to boost the learning of non-player characters' behaviors by exploiting some existing knowledge available from a different game. In this paper, we investigate how to transfer driving behaviors from The Open Racing Car Simulator (TORCS) to VDrift, which are two well known open-source racing games featuring(More)
We introduce a spherical version of the frustrated Blume-Emery-Griffiths model and solve exactly the statics and the Langevin dynamics for zero particle-particle interaction (K=0). In this case the model exhibits an equilibrium transition from a disordered to a spin glass phase, which is always continuous for nonzero temperature. The same phase diagram(More)
– We study the equilibrium and dynamical properties of a spherical version of the frustrated Blume-Emery-Griffiths model at mean field level for attractive particle-particle coupling (K > 0). Beyond a second order transition line from a paramagnetic to a (replica symmetric) spin glass phase, the density-temperature phase diagram is characterized by a(More)
We introduce and analytically study a generalized p-spin glasslike model that captures some of the main features of attractive glasses, recently found by mode coupling investigations, such as a glass-glass transition line and dynamical singularity points characterized by a logarithmic time dependence of the relaxation. The model also displays features not(More)
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