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Effect of Signature Card on Disposition of Joint Bank Account upon Death of Co-Owner under New York Banking Law  [PDF]
James B. Biagi
Beijing Law Review (BLR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/blr.2014.54024
Abstract: It is a common practice for people to open a bank account in the name of one or more owners (a/k/a co-owners) and not just in the name of a single person alone. It is also common for an individual to be added to the ownership of an existing account once it has been established. Oftentimes spouses, friends, family or business associates decide for various reasons, both financial and personal, to establish a joint bank account and hold it as co-owners. Furthermore, as the population ages, it has become a common practice for elderly individuals to place another person’s name on a bank account, effectively creating a joint account arrangement for a once individually held account. As is often the case when multiple parties share in a financial transaction, disputes can arise as to the disposition of the funds held in such an account, either during life or at death. In order to address this issue, New York, a major world financial center, has put in place specific legislation to address the disposition of a joint bank account governed by the laws of that State. In this article, the author discusses New York Banking Law §675 and its application to the transfer of funds held in a joint account at the death of a co-owner, paying particular attention to the effect of the account’s signature card on the issue.
Giuseppe Biagi
m@gm@ , 2007,
Abstract: E’ solo dentro la comunità, la realtà di tutti i giorni, dove l’abitare non sempre corrisponde al vivere e all’appartenere, e lì, lontani esclusivamente dai servizi di cura, forse è possibile evitare lo stigma per ricominciare a riconoscersi come individui. La questione fondamentale riguarda sempre l’intreccio tra l’individuo e la comunità e/o società (la politica) e quindi l’organizzazione dei servizi, al senso di come è possibile intervenire e curare.
Updated limits on diffuse fluxes of cosmic neutrinos with 2008-2011 ANTARES data
Simone Biagi
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: The ANTARES neutrino telescope detects the Cherenkov radiation emitted along the path of charged particles produced in neutrino interactions. ANTARES is sensitive to all flavors even though it is optimized for muon neutrinos. Several algorithms estimating the deposited energy in the active volume of the detector have been developed and applied to the reconstruction of the primary neutrino energy - this allows to improve the search for a diffuse flux of astrophysical neutrinos. The search for a diffuse flux of cosmic neutrinos at very high energies (E_\nu > 30 TeV) is updated using 4 years of data with the full detector.
Search for a neutrino emission from the Fermi Bubbles with the ANTARES telescope
Simone Biagi
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: ANTARES is the largest neutrino telescope in the Northern hemisphere. The main scientific goal is the search for cosmic neutrinos coming from galactic and extragalactic sources. Neutrinos are detected through the Cherenkov light emitted along the path of charged particles produced in neutrino interactions inside or in the vicinity of the detector. ANTARES is sensitive to all flavors though it is optimized for muon neutrinos. The detector has been taking data in its complete configuration since May 2008. Using data collected in the period 2007-2010, the first analysis devoted to the search for neutrinos from the Fermi Bubbles is presented. The Fermi Bubbles are characterized by gamma emission with a E^{-2} spectrum and a relatively constant intensity all over the space. According to a proposed hadronic mechanism for this gamma-ray emission, the Fermi Bubbles can be a source of high-energy neutrinos. No evidence of a neutrino signal is found in the ANTARES data. Therefore upper limits are calculated for neutrino fluxes with different energy cutoffs.
Upper Limit on the Diffuse Flux of Cosmic $ν_μ$ with the ANTARES Neutrino Telescope
Simone Biagi
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1016/j.nuclphysbps.2011.03.015
Abstract: A search for a diffuse flux of astrophysical muon neutrinos, using data collected by the ANTARES neutrino telescope from December 2007 to December 2009 is presented. A $(0.83\times 2\pi)$ sr sky was monitored for a total of 334 days of equivalent live time. The searched signal corresponds to an excess of events, produced by astrophysical sources, over the expected atmospheric neutrino background without any particular assumption on the source direction. Since the number of detected events is compatible with the number of expected background events, a 90% c.l. upper limit on the diffuse $\nu_\mu$ flux with a $E^{-2}$ spectrum is set at $E^2\Phi_{90%} = 5.3 \times 10^{-8} \ \mathrm{GeV\ cm^{-2}\ s^{-1}\ sr^{-1}}$ in the energy range 20 TeV -- 2.5 PeV. Other signal models with different energy shape were also tested and some rejected.
Upper Limit on the Diffuse $ν_μ$ Flux with the ANTARES Telescope
Simone Biagi
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1016/j.nuclphysbps.2012.09.171
Abstract: A search for very-high energy cosmic muon neutrinos from unresolved sources is presented using data collected by the ANTARES neutrino telescope. Data corresponding to 334 days of equivalent live time show that the observed number of events is compatible with the expected number of background events. A 90% c.l. upper limit on the diffuse $\nu_\mu$ flux is set at $E^2\Phi_{90%} = 5.3 \times 10^{-8} \ \mathrm{GeV\ cm^{-2}\ s^{-1}\ sr^{-1}} $ in the energy range 20 TeV -- 2.5 PeV.
On M. Mérigot's theorem on the convergence domain of the Campbell-Baker-Hausdorff-Dynkin series
Stefano Biagi
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: The aim of this manuscript is to present the proof given by Michel M\'erigot in 1974 for an enlarged convergence domain of the Campbell-Baker-Hausdorff-Dynkin series in the Lie algebra of a Banach-Lie group. This proof is based on a theorem, of independent interest, on the lifetime of the solution of a Cauchy problem. We furnish all the details for this ODE result in Appendix A.
Variation of Altitude Observed on the Occasion of the Tohoku Earthquake (M = 9.0) Occurred on March 11, 2011  [PDF]
Pietro Milillo, Tommaso Maggipinto, Pier Francesco Biagi
Open Journal of Earthquake Research (OJER) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojer.2014.31004

Since October 1, 2010, a GPS receiver is put into operation at Tokai (Japan) in an experiment on Neutrino Physics (T2K). A significant variation of the altitude was detected from the beginning of March 2011, so that it has made worthwhile to investigate the possibility that such variations could be correlated to the Tohoku earthquake. In order to investigate in details this possibility, we analyzed the GPS data collected during 2011 by GEONet the GPS Earth Observation Network (GEONET). GEONET is the GPS network of Japan and consists of 1240 permanent stations. Preliminary results of the analysis seemed to show ten days before the earthquake, some possible anomalous behaviors of the stations. These anomalous behaviors were particularly relevant for stations of the network near the epicentral area. While co-seismic and post-seismic variations are widely expected, the anomalies recorded about ten days before the earthquake could be seriously considered among short-term precursors of the earthquake. In order to confirm this possibility, more detailed studies have been performed. In particular, GEONET currently makes available only daily solutions of the stations coordinates. On the contrary, it is very important to improve the time resolution just to understand the features of the anomalies till the last hours before the Earthquake. For this reason, we have performed an analysis to evaluate the coordinates and movement on hourly basis so improving the time resolution.

A General Purpose Analysis Package  [PDF]
Stefano Federico
Atmospheric and Climate Sciences (ACS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/acs.2012.22022
Abstract: This paper presents a general-purpose analysis package able to solve two- and three- dimensional analysis problems. The system can use the following methods of solution: Successive Approximation (SA), Optimal Interpolation (OI), and 3D-Var. Analyses are given for the following parameters: zonal and meridional wind components, temperature, relative humidity, and geopotential height. The analysis package was applied to produce analyses at 6 h time interval for the period 1-11 August 2008. The period was selected for data availability and forty-one analyses were collected. The results show the validity of the different solutions, which can be chosen depending on the physical problem to solve and on the computational resources available. In particular, assuming the observations as the reference, all solutions show a decrease of the RMSE compared to the background. The decrease is consistent with the particular setting of the analysis system used in this paper. The comparison between different solutions shows that the SA converges to OI in few iterations, and that the SA solution with ten iteration is, in practice, equal to OI. Moreover, the 3D-Var method shows its potential to improve the analysis, once the horizontal and vertical length-scales and the background and observational errors are set optimally, because its solution may be sizeably different from two-dimensional methods.
Emerging Trends and Old Habits in Higher Education Management: Focus on the Public vs. Private Funding Debate  [PDF]
Federico Barnabè
Creative Education (CE) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2012.326152
Abstract: This work takes into consideration the wide reform process that is impacting on Universities all over the world, especially focusing on the public versus private funding debate for Higher Education Institutions. In this regard, the paper provides some considerations on possible funding sources, discusses data related to the relevance of public funding and presents the features of the main models of public funding across many countries, particularly focusing on Europe.
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