Annalisa Massini
Annalisa Massini
Associate Professor, Computer Science Department Sapienza University of Rome
Verified email at di.uniroma1.it
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Push & pull: autonomous deployment of mobile sensors for a complete coverage
N Bartolini, T Calamoneri, EG Fusco, A Massini, S Silvestri
Wireless Networks 16 (3), 607-625, 2010
682010
System level formal verification via model checking driven simulation
T Mancini, F Mari, A Massini, I Melatti, F Merli, E Tronci
International Conference on Computer Aided Verification, 296-312, 2013
602013
Snap and spread: A self-deployment algorithm for mobile sensor networks
N Bartolini, T Calamoneri, EG Fusco, A Massini, S Silvestri
International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems, 451-456, 2008
502008
SyLVaaS: System level formal verification as a service
T Mancini, F Mari, A Massini, I Melatti, E Tronci
Fundamenta Informaticae 149 (1-2), 101-132, 2016
432016
Computing biological model parameters by parallel statistical model checking
T Mancini, E Tronci, I Salvo, F Mari, A Massini, I Melatti
International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, 542-554, 2015
352015
System level formal verification via distributed multi-core hardware in the loop simulation
T Mancini, F Mari, A Massini, I Melatti, E Tronci
2014 22nd Euromicro International Conference on Parallel, Distributed, andá…, 2014
332014
Autonomous deployment of self-organizing mobile sensors for a complete coverage
N Bartolini, T Calamoneri, EG Fusco, A Massini, S Silvestri
International Workshop on Self-Organizing Systems, 194-205, 2008
322008
Patient-specific models from inter-patient biological models and clinical records
E Tronci, T Mancini, I Salvo, S Sinisi, F Mari, I Melatti, A Massini, F Davý, ...
2014 Formal Methods in Computer-Aided Design (FMCAD), 207-214, 2014
292014
Anytime system level verification via random exhaustive hardware in the loop simulation
T Mancini, F Mari, A Massini, I Melatti, E Tronci
2014 17th Euromicro Conference on Digital System Design, 236-245, 2014
292014
Anytime system level verification via parallel random exhaustive hardware in the loop simulation
T Mancini, F Mari, A Massini, I Melatti, E Tronci
Microprocessors and Microsystems 41, 12-28, 2016
272016
On minimising the maximum expected verification time
T Mancini, F Mari, A Massini, I Melatti, I Salvo, E Tronci
Information Processing Letters 122, 8-16, 2017
232017
All-to-all personalized communication on multistage interconnection networks
A Massini
Discrete applied mathematics 128 (2-3), 435-446, 2003
232003
High efficiency redundant binary number representations for parallel arithmetic on optical computers
GA De Biase, A Massini
Optics & Laser Technology 26 (4), 219-224, 1994
231994
Computing personalised treatments through in silico clinical trials. A case study on downregulation in assisted reproduction
T Mancini, F Mari, A Massini, I Melatti, I Salvo, S Sinisi, E Tronci, R Ehrig, ...
Intelligenza Artificiale, 1-16, 2018
212018
Antibandwidth of complete k-ary trees
T Calamoneri, A Massini, I Vrt'o
Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics 24, 259-266, 2006
212006
On adaptive density deployment to mitigate the sink-hole problem in mobile sensor networks
N Bartolini, T Calamoneri, A Massini, S Silvestri
Mobile Networks and Applications 16 (1), 134-145, 2011
182011
Redundant binary number representation for an inherently parallel arithmetic on optical computers
GA De Biase, A Massini
Applied optics 32 (5), 659-664, 1993
161993
On fundamental bounds on failure identifiability by boolean network tomography
N Bartolini, T He, V Arrigoni, A Massini, F Trombetti, H Khamfroush
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking 28 (2), 588-601, 2020
132020
New results on edge-bandwidth
T Calamoneri, A Massini, I Vrťo
Theoretical computer science 307 (3), 503-513, 2003
132003
Efficient algorithms for checking the equivalence of multistage interconnection networks
T Calamoneri, A Massini
Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing 64 (1), 135-150, 2004
122004
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