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Risorgimento e cinema italiano del dopoguerra / Risorgimento and post-war Italian Cinema
Noto, Paolo
Storicamente , 2011,
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Raimon de las Salas (?) ~ Bertran Folco d’Avigno (?), “Bertran, si fossetz tant gignos” (BdT 406.16 = 83.1)
Giuseppe Noto
Lecturae Tropatorum , 2009,
Abstract: This paper will offer a new edition, with critical apparatus, commentary and translation, of the ‘tenso’ “Bertran, si fossetz tant gignos”, transmitted by chansonniers ADIK and perhaps ascribable to Raimon de las Salas and Bertran Folco d’Avigno. It is a debate (that takes place within the framework of the Albigensian Crusade and was most likely composed in northern Italy) aimed at establishing whether, as far as military prowess, hospitality and courtly values as a whole are concerned, the Lombards (where Lombardy obviously means northern Italy as a whole) are better than the Proven als (that is the exponents of the feudal culture of all the courts of southern France put together). Of particular interest is the contrast between Occitania and its typically courtly ethics and the exclusively economic (indeed economicistic) outlook of the Lombards.
Granet ~ Bertran d’Alamano, “De vos mi rancur, compaire” (BdT 189.2 = 76.6)
Giuseppe Noto
Lecturae Tropatorum , 2009,
Abstract: This paper will provide a new edition, with critical apparatus, commentary and translation, of the tenso between Granet and Bertran d’Alamano, “De vos mi rancur, compaire”. This text is only transmitted by chansonnier P and it is not only incomplete but also quite incorrect in parts: as far as this latter is concerned I will consider the suggestions by previous editors and, where necessary, put forward new solutions. The ‘tenso’ belongs to a well-attested typology in troubadour lyric: a debate between a jongleur and someone of a different social status (usually his lord and patron), but in this case the type has been altered in some quite interesting ways that hint at judicial contests and end up by overturning the viewpoint to reveal the true nature of the poem. This should not be read realistically, but as a ‘parlour game’, a ‘divertissement’ that is not necessarily linked to the biographies of the participants and whose aim is to amuse the group of ‘companhos’ who accompany Lord Bertran.
Anonimi, “Ges al meu grat non sui joglar” (BdT 461.126), “Per zo no·m voil desconortar” (BdT 461.193), “Va, cobla: al Juge de Galur” (BdT 461.246), “Seigner Juge, ben aug dir a la gen” (BdT 461.217), “Ges per li diz non er bons prez sabuz” (BdT 461.133)
Giuseppe Noto
Lecturae Tropatorum , 2012,
Abstract: My paper provides a new critical edition, with critical apparatus, comment and translation of a set of anonymous ‘coblas’, copied as a sequence in the anthology present at ff. 55-66 in chansonnier P: BdT 461.126; BdT 461.193; BdT 461.246; BdT 461.217; BdT 461.133 (all of which are unica). I will examine in particular the attributions suggested so far for one or more of these ‘coblas’ (a name that has frequently been put forward is that of Paolo Lanfranchi da Pistoia, author of the sonnet in ‘cobla’ form copied in P immediately preceding the poems discussed here) and address the hypothesis put forward by several scholars (and upheld with convincing evidence by Stefano Asperti) that the sequence under consideration points to the strong presence of a Tuscan tradition in chansonnier P, clearly contributing, among other things, to outline a “fundamental coherence” (Asperti) between some aspects of Dante’s literary culture and this particular songbook.
Anonimo, “Mout home son qe dizon q’an amicx” (BdT 461.170) con Anonimi, “Fraire, tot lo sen e·l saber” (BdT 461.123b), “Quecs deuria per aver esser pros” (BdT 461.173), “Mant home son ades plus cobetos” (BdT 461.162)
Giuseppe Noto
Lecturae Tropatorum , 2010,
Abstract: This paper will offer a new edition, with critical apparatus, commentary and translation, of an anonymous poem (BdT 461.170) that has so far not been edited (nor commented) yet it appears of great interest for some linguistic aspects as well as for the fact that it reflects a later period and a mentality that might be termed protobourgeois. The poem will also be placed in context within the macrotext to which it belongs, because it forms a meaningful sequence together with the two stanzas that follow it in Chansonnier P (BdT 461.173 e 461.162, of which an edition with commentary and translation will be provided). Furthermore, the paper will examine the intertextual relationships of BdT 461.170 with other poems belonging to the same genre (short troubadour poems of a sententious and gnomic type): as far as these are concerned, the text reveals surprising links with the ‘cobla’ BdT 461.123b that opens the anthology of ‘esparsas’ in Chansonnier J (a new edition of this latter cobla will also be given here).
A specialized learner for inferring structured cis-regulatory modules
Keith Noto, Mark Craven
BMC Bioinformatics , 2006, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-7-528
Abstract: We are able to find statistically significant CRMs more often then a current state-of-the-art approach on the same data sets. We also show experimentally that each aspect of our expressive CRM model space makes a positive contribution to the learned models on yeast and fly data.Structural aspects are an important part of CRMs, both in terms of interpreting them biologically and learning them accurately. Source code for our algorithm is available at: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~noto/crm webciteEukaryotic transcription is controlled by multiple factors, which may need to bind to DNA in a specific arrangement in a gene's transcriptional control region. This type of regulation system is called a cis-regulatory module (CRM). The DNA motifs (specific patterns of nucleotides) to which these factors bind are often unknown, and may appear anywhere in a large region in the neighborhood of a gene. This region typically extends several thousand base pairs upstream of the transcription start site, and may also include DNA between the transcription start site and the start codon, and within introns of the transcribed gene. It is often the case that a set of genes are transcribed or expressed together under certain conditions, but the mechanisms underlying this co-expression are unknown. We would like a method that can aid in verifying that these genes are indeed transcribed by a common mechanism, and, more importantly, to explain this fact by finding the CRM which promotes transcription. The task we consider here is to learn such a CRM model from data. Specifically, given a set of sequences which are thought to contain a common cis-regulatory module and a set of sequences which are assumed not to, we wish to produce a description in terms of DNA binding sites which is true of the former set but not of the latter.Several previous methods have characterized CRMs as a probabilistic over-representation of certain motifs within a window of predetermined size [1-4]. However, the models use
WILL AND TRUTH IN FOUCAULT VONTADE E VERDADE EM FOUCAULT
Carolina de Souza Noto
Philósophos : Revista de Filosofia , 2011, DOI: 10.5216/phi.v15i2.9084
Abstract: According to Foucault, all discursive production implies some kind of will to knowledge. We propose to investigate the type of discourse produced by the philosopher and the type of will that it implies. Understand the speech of Foucault as an experiment that correlates what is said as truth and subjectivity explains what the philosopher himself spoke about this subject. In this paper, we investigated the type of discourse produced by the philosopher and the type of will or subjectivity that underpins it. We will see that the discursive production of Foucault can be a proof that what we are and what we say are not restricted to the order of submission, appeasement, identity and universality. For Foucault, subjectivity is in constant formation and transformation and what we say not only gives us access to truth, but, above all, change our way of being. Para Foucault, toda produ o discursiva implica, no nível da subjetividade, certa vontade de conhecer as verdades do discurso. Compreender o discurso de Foucault como uma experiência que correlaciona aquilo que é dito como verdade e a subjetividade ligada a este dizer refor a e esclarece o conteúdo do que foi dito pelo filósofo acerca do discurso e da subjetividade. No presente trabalho apontaremos para o tipo de discurso produzido pelo próprio filósofo e para a forma da vontade que lhe é subjacente. Nossa hipótese é que a própria produ o discursiva de Foucault pode ser uma prova concreta de que aquilo que somos e aquilo que dizemos n o se restringem à ordem da submiss o, do apaziguamento, da identidade e da universalidade. Para Foucault, somos sujeitos éticos em perpétua forma o e transforma o e aquilo que dizemos n o nos dá acesso somente a verdades, mas, e principalmente, modifica nosso modo de ser.
Developing Combined HIV Vaccine Strategies for a Functional Cure
Alessandra Noto,Lydie Trautmann
Vaccines , 2013, DOI: 10.3390/vaccines1040481
Abstract: Increasing numbers of HIV-infected individuals have access to potent antiretroviral drugs that control viral replication and decrease the risk of transmission. However, there is no cure for HIV and new strategies have to be developed to reach an eradication of the virus or a natural control of viral replication in the absence of drugs (functional cure). Therapeutic vaccines against HIV have been evaluated in many trials over the last 20 years and important knowledge has been gained from these trials. However, the major obstacle to HIV eradication is the persistence of latent proviral reservoirs. Different molecules are currently tested in ART-treated subjects to reactivate these latent reservoirs. Such anti-latency agents should be combined with a vaccination regimen in order to control or eradicate reactivated latently-infected cells. New in vitro assays should also be developed to assess the success of tested therapeutic vaccines by measuring the immune-mediated killing of replication-competent HIV reservoir cells. This review provides an overview of the current strategies to combine HIV vaccines with anti-latency agents that could act as adjuvant on the vaccine-induced immune response as well as new tools to assess the efficacy of these approaches.
Scaling Relations of Viscous Fingers in Anisotropic Hele-Shaw Cells
Hidetsugu Sakaguchi,Kazutaka Noto
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1143/JPSJ.77.044402
Abstract: Viscous fingers in a channel with surface tension anisotropy are numerically studied. Scaling relations between the tip velocity v, the tip radius and the pressure gradient are investigated for two kinds of boundary conditions of pressure, when v is sufficiently large. The power-law relations for the anisotropic viscous fingers are compared with two-dimensional dendritic growth. The exponents of the power-law relations are theoretically evaluated.
van der Waals Interaction Energy Between Two Atoms Moving With Uniform Acceleration
Antonio Noto,Roberto Passante
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.88.025041
Abstract: We consider the interatomic van der Waals interaction energy between two neutral ground-state atoms moving in the vacuum space with the same uniform acceleration. We assume the acceleration orthogonal to their separation, so that their mutual distance remains constant. Using a model for the van der Waals dispersion interaction based on the interaction between the instantaneous atomic dipole moments, which are induced and correlated by the zero-point field fluctuations, we evaluate the interaction energy between the two accelerating atoms in terms of quantities expressed in the laboratory reference frame. We find that the dependence of the van der Waals interaction between the atoms from the distance is different with respect to the case of atoms at rest, and the relation of our results with the Unruh effect is discussed. We show that in the near zone a new term proportional to $R^{-5}$ adds to the usual $R^{-6}$ behavior, and in the far zone a term proportional to $R^{-6}$ adds to the usual $R^{-7}$ behavior, making the interaction of a longer range. We also find that the interaction energy is time-dependent, and the physical meaning of this result is discussed. In particular, we find acceleration-dependent corrections to the $R^{-7}$ (far zone) and $R^{-6}$ (near zone) proportional to $a^2t^2/c^2$; this suggests that significant changes to the van der Waals interaction between the atoms could be obtained if sufficiently long times are taken, without necessity of the extremely high accelerations required by other known manifestations of the Unruh effect.
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