Michele Delli Veneri

Michele Delli Veneri
National Institute of Astrophysics | INAF · Astronomical Observatory of Capodimonte - Naples

Master of Science

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We present a citation pattern analysis between astronomical papers and 13 other disciplines, based on the arXiv database over the past decade (2010–2020). We analyze 12,600 astronomical papers citing over 14,531 unique publications outside astronomy. Two striking patterns are unraveled. First, general relativity recently became the most cited field...
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We present a citation pattern analysis between astronomical papers and 13 other disciplines, based on the arXiv database over the past decade ($2010 - 2020$). We analyze 12,600 astronomical papers citing over 14,531 unique publications outside astronomy. Two striking patterns are unraveled. First, general relativity recently became the most cited f...
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Traditional supervised classification models aim to approximate the functional mapping between instance attributes and their class labels. These models, however, do not consider the interdependence between instances and global characteristics of data and thus often they lead to poor classification results. In this work, we present a novel hybrid cl...
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The Probability Density Function (PDF) provides an estimate of the photometric redshift (zphot) prediction error. It is crucial for current and future sky surveys, characterized by strict requirements on the zphot precision, reliability and completeness. The present work stands on the assumption that properly defined rejection criteria, capable of...
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Astrometric detection involves precise measurements of stellar positions, and it is widely regarded as the leading concept presently ready to find Earth-mass planets in temperate orbits around nearby sun-like stars. The TOLIMAN space telescope [39] is a low-cost, agile mission concept dedicated to narrow-angle astrometric monitoring of bright binar...
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Objective The objective of this study was to assess the effectiveness and safety of dupilumab in treating elderly patients with atopic dermatitis from baseline to 52 weeks.MethodsA retrospective observational real-life study was conducted in a group of elderly patients with severe atopic dermatitis treated with dupilumab for 52 weeks. Inclusion cri...
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Several approaches were proposed to describe the geomorphology of drainage networks and the abiotic/biotic factors determining their morphology. There is an intrinsic complexity of the explicit qualification of the morphological variations in response to various types of control factors and the difficulty of expressing the cause-effect links. Tradi...
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Several approaches were proposed to describe the geomorphology of drainage networks and the abiotic/biotic factors determining their morphology. There is an intrinsic complexity of the explicit qualification of the morphological variations in response to various types of control factors and the difficulty of expressing the cause-effect links. Tradi...
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The Probability Density Function (PDF) provides an estimate of the photometric redshift (zphot) prediction error. It is crucial for current and future sky surveys, characterized by strict requirements on the zphot precision, reliability and completeness. The present work stands on the assumption that properly defined rejection criteria, capable of...
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Astrometric detection involves a precise measurement of stellar positions, and is widely regarded as the leading concept presently ready to find earth-mass planets in temperate orbits around nearby sun-like stars. The TOLIMAN space telescope[39] is a low-cost, agile mission concept dedicated to narrow-angle astrometric monitoring of bright binary s...
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Stellar Formation Rates or SFRs are crucial to constrain theories of galaxy formation and evolution. SFRs are usually estimated via spectroscopic observations requiring large amounts of telescope time. We explore an alternative approach based on the photometric estimation of global SFRs for large samples of galaxies, by using methods such as automa...
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Global Stellar Formation Rates or SFRs are crucial to constrain theories of galaxy formation and evolution. SFR's are usually estimated via spectroscopic observations which require too much previous telescope time and therefore cannot match the needs of modern precision cosmology. We therefore propose a novel method to estimate SFRs for large sampl...

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