Presentations and Authors

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SOL. 1 - Social indicators and Big Data - 28 June, h. 11.15-12.30, room 004

Measuring Wellbeing by extracting Social Indicators from Big Data
Renza Campagni, Lorenzo Gabrielli, Fosca Giannotti, Riccardo Guidotti, Filomena Maggino, Dino Pedreschi

SOL. 2 - Social research and data science: methods and applications - 28th June, h. 11.15-12.30, room 006

Cultural and social meanings of the wedding day. The role of the web communities
Rosanna Cataldo, Maria Gabriella Grassia, Marina Marino, Rocco Mazza, Carlo Natale Lauro

SOL. 4 - The use of scanner data for multipurpose consumer price statistics - 28th June, h. 11.15-12.30, room 013

Sampling schemes using scanner data for the consumer price index
Claudia De Vitiis, Alessio Guandalini, Francesca Inglese, Marco Dionisio Terribili

SOL. 5 - Neuroscience statistics - 28th June, h. 11.15-12.30, room 014

Modeling motor learning using heteroskedastic functional principal components analysis
Daniel Backenroth, Jeff Goldsmith, Michelle D. Harran, Juan C. Cortes, John W. Krakauer, Tomoko Kitago
Microstructure Informed White Matter Tractography: Challenges and Development
Gabriel Girard

SOL. 6 - New data collection: a tool for mobility and migration - 28th June, h. 11.15-12.30, room 001

Sociometer: a new Tool for Demography
Lorenzo Gabrielli

POSTER SPEED-TALK SESSION - 28th June, h. 14.30-15.30, room 018

A G.E.D. method for market risk evaluation using a modified Gaussian Copula
Massimiliano Giacalone, Demetrio Panarello
Epigenome-wide association study and stochastic epigenetic mutation analysis in hepatocellular carcinoma
Davide Gentilini, Giovanni Vitale, Anna Maria Di Blasio, Luisa Bernardinelli

CON. 4 - Statistical inference and testing procedures - 28th June, h. 14.30-15.30, room 014

Change of Variables theorem to fit Bimodal Distributions
Camilla Ferretti, Piero Ganugi, Francesco Zammori

CON. 5 - General latent variable modelling - 28th June, h. 14.30-15.30, room 001

Characterising Italian municipalities according to the annual report of the prevention-of-corruption supervisor: a Latent Class approach
Michela Gnaldi, Simone Del Sarto

SPE. 1 - Computational methods for high-dimensional and complex data sets - 28th June, h. 15.30-17.00, room 004

Does data structure reflect monuments structure? Symbolic data analysis on Florence Brunelleschi Dome
Bruno Bertaccini, Giulia Biagi, Antonio Giusti, Laura Grassini

SPE. 2 - The population register and the integration with the household surveys - 28th June, h. 15.30-17.00, room 007

Towards The Register-Based Statistical System: A New Valuable Source For Population Studies
Angela Chieppa, Raffaele Ferrara, Gerardo Gallo, Valeria Tomeo

SPE. 3 - Big data analytics in banking and finance - 28th June, h. 15.30-17.00, room 013

Scoring models for P2P lending platforms: an evaluation of predictive performance
Paolo Giudici, Branka Hadji Misheva
Measuring contagion risk in international banking
Alessandro Spelta, Paolo Giudici, Stefan Avdjiev

SPE. 4 - GRASPA: Analysis of complex spatial data - 28th June, h. 15.30-17.00, room 001

Efficient smoothing for worldwide geostatistical data
Fedele Greco, Massimo Ventrucci
Space and circular time log Gaussian Cox processes with application to crime event data
Alan E. Gelfand, Shinichiro Shirota

SPE. 5 - Big data and official statistics - 28th June, h. 17.30-19.00, room 004

Quality issues when using Big Data in Official Statistics
Paolo Righi, Giulio Barcaroli, Natalia Golini

SPE.7 -Use of administrative databases for performance assessment in social contexts-28th June,h.17.30-19.00, room 013

The Trieste Observatory of cardiovascular disease: an experience of administrative and clinical data integration at a regional level
Giulia Barbati, Francesca Ieva, Francesca Gasperoni, Annamaria Iorio, Gianfranco Sinagra, Andrea Di Lenarda

SPE. 8 - Shape, symbolic and object data - 28th June, h. 17.30-19.00, room 001

Clustering landmark-based shapes using information geometry tools
Stefano Antonio Gattone, Angela De Sanctis
Random domain decomposition for kriging non stationary object data
Giorgia Gaetani, Alessandra Menafoglio, Piercesare Secchi

ENBIS - European Network for Business and Industrial Statistics - 28th June, h. 17.30-19.00, room 018

Random Forest-Based Approach for Physiological Functional Variable Selection for Driver's Stress Level Classification
Neska El Haouij, Jean-Michel Poggi, Raja Ghozi, Sylvie Sevestre Ghalila, Mériem Jaïdane

SPE. 9 - Economic change and labour market - 29th June, h. 9.00-10.30, room 004

Labour market dynamics and recent economic changes: the case of Italy
Chiara Gigliarano, Francesco Maria Chelli

SPE. 10 -BigData comes to school: Implications for learning, assessment & research - 29th June, h. 9.00-10.30, room 007

Profiles of students on account of complex problem solving (CPS) strategies exploited via log-data
Michela Gnaldi, Silvia Bacci, Samuel Greiff, Thiemo Kunze

SPE. 12 - Tensor-based methods for data science - 29th June, h. 9.00-10.30, room 001

A Bayesian oblique factor model with extension to tensor data
Michael Jauch, Paolo Giordani, David B. Dunson

ROUNDTABLE SESSION - Let's talk about Data Science - 29th June, h. 11.45-13.00, room 018

The role of a Knowledge domain in Data Sciences
Paolo Giudici

SPE. 13 - Functional data with complex dependencies - 29th June, h. 14.00-15.30, room 004

Quasi-Maximum Likelihood Estimators For Functional Spatial Autoregressive Models
Mohamed-Salem Ahmed, Laurence Broze, Sophie Dabo-Niang, Zied Gharbi

SPE. 14 - S2G Combining big data with sample surveys - 29th June, h. 14.00-15.30, room 007

Improving small area estimates of households’ share of food consumption expenditure in Italy by means of Twitter data
Stefano Marchetti, Monica Pratesi, Caterina Giusti

CON. 6 - Knowledge extraction and pattern recognition from new data sources - 29th June, h. 16.45-17.45, room 004

Using GPS Data to Understand Urban Mobility Patterns: An Application to the Florence Metropolitan Area
Chiara Bocci, Daniele Fadda, Lorenzo Gabrielli, Mirco Nanni, Leonardo Piccini

CON. 8 - Statistical methods for socio-economic analysis - 29th June, h. 16.45-17.45, room 007

A proposal of a discretization method applicable to Rasch measures
Silvia Golia

CON. 9 - Advances in semi- and non-parametric modeling - 29th June, h. 16.45-17.45, room 013

Nonparametric shared frailty model for classification of survival data
Francesca Gasperoni, Francesca Ieva, Anna Maria Paganoni, Chris Jackson, Linda Sharples

CON. 10 - Graphical models and Bayesian analysis - 29th June, h. 16.45-17.45, room 014

Tree-based Non-linear Graphical Models
Anna Gottard

CON. 11 - Educational statistics and measurement - 29th June, h. 16.45-17.45, room 001

New Insights on Students’ Evaluation of Teaching in Italy
Francesca Bassi, Leonardo Grilli, Omar Paccagnella, Carla Rampichini, Roberta Varriale

SOL. 7 - Statistical learning for complex data - 30th June, h. 9.00-10.15, room 004

Three-way compositional data: a multi-stage trilinear decomposition algorithm
Michele Gallo, Violetta Simonacci, Maria Anna Di Palma

SOL. 10 - Data science for network data - 30th June, h. 9.00-10.15, room 013

On the use of DISTATIS to handle multiplex networks
Giuseppe Giordano, Giancarlo Ragozini, Maria Prosperina Vitale

SOL. 11 - Advanced space-time models & functional analysis for seismic monitoring - 30th June, h. 9.00-10.15, room 001

Monitoring the spatial correlation among functional data streams through Morans Index
Antonio Balzanella, Stefano Antonio Gattone, Tonio Di Battista, Elvira Romano, Rosanna Verde

CON. 12 - Text mining, opinion and sentiment analysis - 30th June, h. 11.30-12.30, room 004

Twitter as a Statistical Data Source: an Attempt of Profiling Italian Users’ Background Characteristics
Alessandra Righi, Mauro Mario Gentile
An innovative approach for opinion mining: the Plutchick analysis
Massimiliano Giacalone, Antonio Ruoto, Davide Liga, Maria Pilato, Vito Santarcangelo
Social emotional data analysis. The map of Europe
Felicia Pelagalli, Francesca Greco, Enrico De Santis

CON. 13 -Statistics for economics & quantitative risk management for banking&finance -30th June, h.11.30-12.30,room 006

Using administrative data for statistical modeling: an application to tax evasion
Maria Felice Arezzo, Giuseppina Guagnano

CON. 17 - Statistical analysis in the social sciences - 30th June, h. 11.30-12.30, room 001

A sampling design for the evaluation of earthquake vulnerability of the residential buildings in Florence
Emilia Rocco, Bruno Bertaccini, Giulia Biagi, Andrea Giommi

GRASPA 2019 is organised with the support of "Dipartimento di Economia",  University "G. d'Annnunzio", Chieti-Pescara