Flavio Cannavó

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Volcano observatories provide near real-time information and, ultimately, forecasts about volcano activity. For this reason, multiple physical and chemical parameters are continuously monitored. Here, we present a new method to efficiently estimate the location and evolution of magmatic sources based on a stream of real-time surface deformation data, such(More)
This paper describes a visual processing technique for automatic frog (Xenopus Laevis sp.) localization and identification. The problem of frog identification is to process and classify an unknown frog image to determine the identity which is recorded previously on an image database. The frog skin pattern (i.e. texture) provides a unique feature for(More)
In this paper, we aim to provide further evidences about the Self-Organized Criticality (SOC) of volcanic systems. In particular, after results proposed in literature, concerning the seismicity in volcanic areas and the high frequency acoustic emissions, we present some results concerning the inter-time power law distribution of eruptions and explosive(More)
Volcanoes constitute dissipative systems with many degrees of freedom. Their eruptions are the result of complex processes that involve interacting chemical-physical systems. At present, due to the complexity of involved phenomena and to the lack of precise measurements, both analytical and numerical models are unable to simultaneously include the main(More)