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Sardinia Radio Telescope observations of Abell 194. The intra-cluster magnetic field power spectrum

Aims. We study the intra-cluster magnetic field in the poor galaxy cluster Abell 194 by complementing radio data, at different frequencies, with data in the optical and X-ray bands.Methods. We… Expand

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Lanford’s Theorem and the Emergence of Irreversibility

- J. Uffink, G. Valente
- Mathematics
- 19 February 2015

It has been a longstanding problem to show how the irreversible behaviour of macroscopic systems can be reconciled with the time-reversal invariance of these same systems when considered from a… Expand

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Imaging of SNR IC443 and W44 with the Sardinia Radio Telescope at 1.5 and 7 GHz

- E. Egron, A. Pellizzoni, +33 authors G. P. Vargiu
- Physics
- 19 May 2017

Observations of supernova remnants (SNRs) are a powerful tool for investigating the later stages of stellar evolution, the properties of the ambient interstellar medium, and the physics of particle… Expand

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Sardinia Radio Telescope wide-band spectral-polarimetric observations of the galaxy cluster 3C 129

We present new observations of the galaxy cluster 3C 129 obtained with the Sardinia Radio Telescope in the frequency range 6000-7200 MHz, with the aim to image the large-angular-scale emission at… Expand

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Does the Reeh–Schlieder theorem violate relativistic causality?

- G. Valente
- Physics
- 1 November 2014

Abstract The Reeh–Schlieder theorem is a purely relativistic result in local quantum field theory, which is often regarded as raising a conflict with relativistic causality, namely the requirement… Expand

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The Sardinia Radio Telescope - From a technological project to a radio observatory

- I. Prandoni, M. Murgia, +43 authors G. Valente
- Physics
- 28 March 2017

[Abridged] The Sardinia Radio Telescope (SRT) is the new 64-m dish operated by INAF (Italy). Its active surface will allow us to observe at frequencies of up to 116 GHz. At the moment, three… Expand

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Relativistic Causality in Algebraic Quantum Field Theory

- J. Earman, G. Valente
- Mathematics
- 2 January 2014

This paper surveys the issue of relativistic causality within the framework of algebraic quantum field theory (AQFT). In doing so, we distinguish various notions of causality formulated in the… Expand

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How local are local operations in local quantum field theory

- M. Rédei, G. Valente
- Mathematics
- 1 November 2010

Abstract A notion called operational C ⁎- separability of local C *-algebras ( A ( V 1 ) and A ( V 2 ) ) associated with spacelike separated spacetime regions V 1 and V 2 in a net of local observable… Expand

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Is there a stability problem for Bayesian noncommutative probabilities

- G. Valente
- Physics
- 1 December 2007

A stability condition for Bayesian statistical inference, which Redei [(1992). When can non-commutative statistical inference be Bayesian? International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 6,… Expand

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Time and irreversibility in axiomatic thermodynamics

- R. Marsland, H. Brown, G. Valente
- Physics
- 22 June 2015

Thermodynamics is the paradigm example in physics of a time-asymmetric theory, but the origin of the asymmetry lies deeper than the second law. A primordial arrow can be defined by the way of the… Expand

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