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- Federica Paganelli, Gabriele Bianchi, Dino Giuli
- Universal Access in Ambient Intelligence…
- 2006

The Ambient Intelligence (AmI) vision implies the concept of “smart spaces” populated by intelligent entities. While most implementations focus strictly on local applications of “AmI”, we think of an AmI scenario as a federation of instances of local and application AmI domains. In order to deal with distributed context handling in AmI domains, we propose a… (More)

- Maria Alfonsi, Antonio Arcadi, Massimiliano Aschi, Gabriele Bianchi, Fabio Marinelli
- The Journal of organic chemistry
- 2005

[reaction: see text] The gold-catalyzed reaction of 2-alkynyl-phenylamines with alpha,beta-enones represents a new general one-pot entry into C-3-alkyl-indoles by sequential reactions. Gold-catalyzed sequential cyclization/alkylation, N-alkylation/cyclization, or N-alkylation/cyclization/alkylation reactions leading to different indoles can be directed by… (More)

- GABRIELE BIANCHI
- 2006

The cross covariogram gK,L of two convex sets K, L ⊂ R n is the function which associates to each x ∈ R the volume of the intersection of K with L + x. The problem of determining the sets from their covariogram is relevant in stochastic geometry, in probability and it is equivalent to a particular case of the phase retrieval problem in Fourier analysis. It… (More)

- Gabriele Bianchi, Marco Longinetti
- Discrete & Computational Geometry
- 1990

The Göttingen State and University Library provides access to digitized documents strictly for noncommercial educational, research and private purposes and makes no warranty with regard to their use for other purposes. Some of our collections are protected by copyright. Publication and/or broadcast in any form (including electronic) requires prior written… (More)

Article history: Received 13 January 2011 Accepted 23 February 2011 Available online 13 May 2011

- GABRIELE BIANCHI
- 2015

The Blaschke-Santaló Inequality is the assertion that the volume product of a centrally symmetric convex body in Euclidean space is maximized by (and only by) ellipsoids. In this paper we give a Fourier analytic proof of this fact.

- GABRIELE BIANCHI
- 2008

The cross covariogram gK,L of two convex sets K and L in R n is the function which associates to each x ∈ R the volume of K ∩ (L + x). Very recently Averkov and Bianchi [AB] have confirmed Matheron’s conjecture on the covariogram problem, that asserts that any planar convex body K is determined by the knowledge of gK,K . The problem of determining the sets… (More)

- Andrea Nitti, Marco Signorile, Massimo Boiocchi, Gabriele Bianchi, Riccardo Po, Dario Pasini
- The Journal of organic chemistry
- 2016

We report on the design, synthesis, and properties of innovative, planar, π-conjugated compounds in which a thiophene ring is fused with the skeleton of the naturally occurring dye isatin. The synthesis is achieved in high yields making use of an intramolecular direct arylation reaction as the key step, making the overall process potentially scalable. The… (More)

We propose strongly consistent algorithms for reconstructing the characteristic function 1K of an unknown convex body K in R from possibly noisy measurements of the modulus of its Fourier transform 1̂K . This represents a complete theoretical solution to the Phase Retrieval Problem for characteristic functions of convex bodies. The approach is via the… (More)

- Giorgio Abbiati, Antonio Arcadi, Gabriele Bianchi, Sabrina Di Giuseppe, Fabio Marinelli, Elisabetta Rossi
- The Journal of organic chemistry
- 2003

A general one-pot synthesis of pyridines 4a-t from the reaction of dialkyl acyclic/cyclic ketones 1a-i, methyl, aryl/heteroaryl ketones 1m-r, and aldehydes bearing alpha-hydrogens 1s,t with propargylamine 2 is described. Gold and copper salts are efficient catalysts for the reaction of ketones with 2. The formation of the pyridines 4 is suggested to proceed… (More)