Roberto Setola

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We investigate the consequence of failures, occurring on the electrical grid, on a telecommunication network. We have focused on the Italian electrical transmission network and the backbone of the internet network for research (GARR). Electrical network has been simulated using the DC power flow method; data traffic on GARR by a model of the TCP/IP basic(More)
This paper deals with a new approach to multi robot localization. An Interlaced extended Kalman filter is shown to be a good solution to the problem of estimating the pose of a team of robots with a fully decentralized algorithm. Moreover, it is feasible to dynamically "correct" the estimation autonomously evaluated by each single robot, updating this(More)
Effective critical infrastructure protection requires methodologies and tools for the automated evaluation of the vulnerabilities of assets and the efficacy of protection systems. This paper presents a modeling language for vulnerability analysis in critical infrastructure protection applications. The language extends the popular Unified Modeling Language(More)
This paper investigates the implementation of a wireless mobile ad-hoc network to guarantee that an autonomously driven mobile vehicle remains connected to a limited-coverage base antenna during its motion. To the purpose, the use of a platoon of mobile robots is proposed to carry a number of repeater antennas; these must be suitably moved to dynamically(More)
Modeling and analyzing critical infrastructures and their interdependencies are essential to discovering hidden vulnerabilities and threats. Several current approaches engage a holistic perspective and rely on abstract models; others incorporate a reductionistic perspective and focus on inter-domain and intra-domain interactions among elementary components.(More)