Salvatore Di Gregorio
Salvatore Di Gregorio
Professor of Computer Science, University of Calabria
Verified email at unical.it
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An empirical method for modelling and simulating some complex macroscopic phenomena by cellular automata
S Di Gregorio, R Serra
Future generation computer systems 16 (2-3), 259-271, 1999
2501999
A cellular automata model for soil erosion by water
D D'ambrosio, S Di Gregorio, S Gabriele, R Gaudio
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part B: Hydrology, Oceans and Atmosphere …, 2001
1702001
The simulation model SCIARA: the 1991 and 2001 lava flows at Mount Etna
GM Crisci, R Rongo, S Di Gregorio, W Spataro
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 132 (2-3), 253-267, 2004
1392004
Simulating debris flows through a hexagonal cellular automata model: SCIDDICA S3–hex
D D’Ambrosio, SD Gregorio, G Iovine
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 3 (6), 545-559, 2003
1242003
A parallel cellular automata environment on multicomputers for computational science
M Cannataro, S Di Gregorio, R Rongo, W Spataro, G Spezzano, D Talia
Parallel Computing 21 (5), 803-823, 1995
1081995
A parallel cellular tool for interactive modeling and simulation
G Spezzano, D Talia, S Di Gregorio, R Rongo, W Spataro
IEEE Computational Science and Engineering 3 (3), 33-43, 1996
1011996
Simulation of the 1992 Tessina landslide by a cellular automata model and future hazard scenarios
MV Avolio, S Di Gregorio, F Mantovani, A Pasuto, R Rongo, S Silvano, ...
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 2 (1 …, 2000
962000
Mount Ontake landslide simulation by the cellular automata model SCIDDICA-3
S Di Gregorio, R Kongo, C Siciliano, M Sorriso-Valvo, W Spataro
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part A: Solid Earth and Geodesy 24 (2 …, 1999
921999
Applying genetic algorithms for calibrating a hexagonal cellular automata model for the simulation of debris flows characterised by strong inertial effects
G Iovine, D D'Ambrosio, S Di Gregorio
Geomorphology 66 (1-4), 287-303, 2005
822005
First simulations of the Sarno debris flows through Cellular Automata modelling
D D'Ambrosio, S Di Gregorio, G Iovine, V Lupiano, R Rongo, W Spataro
Geomorphology 54 (1-2), 91-117, 2003
792003
Debris-flow susceptibility assessment through cellular automata modeling: an example from 15–16 December 1999 disaster at Cervinara and San Martino Valle Caudina (Campania …
G Iovine, SD Gregorio, V Lupiano
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 3 (5), 457-468, 2003
732003
Cellular Automata for simulating lava flows: a method and examples of the Etnean eruptions
D Barca, GM Crisci, SD Gregorio, F Nicoletta
Transport theory and statistical physics 23 (1-3), 195-232, 1994
731994
Predicting the impact of lava flows at Mount Etna, Italy
GM Crisci, MV Avolio, B Behncke, D D'Ambrosio, S Di Gregorio, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B4), 2010
672010
Applying cellular automata to complex environmental problems: The simulation of the bioremediation of contaminated soils
S Di Gregorio, R Serra, M Villani
Theoretical computer science 217 (1), 131-156, 1999
651999
A new algorithm for simulating wildfire spread through cellular automata
GA Trunfio, D D’Ambrosio, R Rongo, W Spataro, S Di Gregorio
ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (TOMACS) 22 (1), 1-26, 2011
642011
Lava Flow Simulation Bv A Discrete Cellular Model: First Implementation
GM Crisci, D Gregorio, O Pindaro, GA Ranieri
International Journal of Modelling and Simulation 6 (4), 137-140, 1986
541986
Revisiting the 1669 Etnean eruptive crisis using a cellular automata model and implications for volcanic hazard in the Catania area
GM Crisci, S Di Gregorio, R Rongo, M Scarpelli, W Spataro, S Calvari
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 123 (1-2), 211-230, 2003
532003
Lava flow hazard evaluation through cellular automata and genetic algorithms: an application to Mt Etna volcano
R Rongo, W Spataro, D D'Ambrosio, M Vittoria Avolio, GA Trunfio, ...
Fundamenta Informaticae 87 (2), 247-267, 2008
462008
SCIARA γ2: An improved cellular automata model for lava flows and applications to the 2002 Etnean crisis
MV Avolio, GM Crisci, S Di Gregorio, R Rongo, W Spataro, GA Trunfio
Computers & Geosciences 32 (7), 876-889, 2006
432006
Lava-flow hazard on the SE flank of Mt. Etna (Southern Italy)
GM Crisci, G Iovine, S Di Gregorio, V Lupiano
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 177 (4), 778-796, 2008
422008
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