The EBU 2014 Conference is held in Geneva – CH, in February the 10th, and it is part of the Radio Week 2014. Andrea Molino e Floriana Crespi, from ESME – Embedded Systems Mechatronics & Energy – research area of CSP, present a research on “DAB+ using CRC- mmbTools: a system for Spectrum Sensing using Energy Detection”.See the complete panel for further details and the video presentation on youtube.
The article, titled “Spectrum Sensing Algorithms for Cognitive TV White-Spaces Systems“, is the result of CSP R&D wrk on white spaces and spectrum sensing, and is a section of the Volume “Cognitive Communication and Cooperative HetNet Coexistence Signals and Communication Technology” edited by Springer Publisher.
WideNoise is available in Googleplay and has been described in a scientific paper titled “Awareness and Learning in Participatory Noise Sensing”, focusing on the citizens awarness about noise pollution within European cities and about possible solutions. Participatory environmental sensing, i.e. directly involving citizens in environmental monitoring, is one example, which is hoped to encourage learning and enhance awareness of environmental issues. In this paper, an analysis of the behaviour of individuals involved in noise sensing is presented.
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This article aims to establish a parallel between the organizational models and the didactic architectures used by businesses to manage internal training. The objective is to understand whether so-called “eLearning 2.0” (eLearning based on the tools and approaches typical of web 2.0) can be useful in different frameworks and organisations. In this context, the paper looks at whether it is
possible to identify a mutual process of adaptation among the organizational and training models we term didactic architectures. During the analysis, four different organizational models are introduced (industrial society, post-industrial society, enterprise 1.0 and enterprise 2.0), and the corresponding
evolution of didactic architectures is suggested (web based training, eLearning 1.0, online education, eLearning 2.0).