Paolo Diviacco

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Paolo Diviacco is a geophysicist at Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS). He holds a PhD in exploration geophysics, and has 20 years of experience in seismic data processing. He maintained always an interest in computer science and programming, developing software in the field of geophysics and Web-based data management. At(More)
Collaborative research and data dissemination in the field of geophysical exploration need network tools that can access large amounts of data from anywhere using any PC or workstation. Simple solutions based on a combination of Open Source software can be developed to address such requests, exploiting the possibilities offered by the web technologies, and(More)
Research vessels are complex data acquisition systems, consisting of a large number of instruments and sensors producing complex observations for many different disciplines. The data and general metadata produced, is commonly disseminated using well established standards by the data centers; however, the onboard instruments and systems are not always well(More)
The tools of knowledge engineering are commonly applied in poorly formalized information domains. However, there is a number of reasons to use them also in exact sciences along with mathematics and mathematical logic. In physics, the knowledge is largely dynamic, i.e. describes rather processes and changing objects than objects with fixed properties and(More)
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