Preprints & Publications

List of preprints

  • A. Del Vigna, On a solution to the Basel problem based on the fundamental theorem of calculus    arXiv

List of publications

  1. C. Bonanno and A. Del Vigna, Representation and coding of rational pairs on a Triangular tree and Diophantine approximation in $\mathbb{R}^2$, to appear in Acta Arithmetica,    arXiv
  2. A. Del Vigna, L. Dimare, D. Bracali Cioci, The Manifold Of Variations: impact location of short-term impactors, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, 133(6), 2021    arXiv
  3. C. Bonanno, A. Del Vigna, S. Munday, A slow triangle map with a segment of indifferent fixed points and a complete tree of rational pairs, Monatshefte für Mathematik, 194(1), 2021    arXiv
  4. A. Del Vigna, The Manifold Of Variations: hazard assessment for short-term impactors, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, 132(10), 2020    arXiv
  5. A. Del Vigna, F. Guerra, G. B. Valsecchi, Improving impact monitoring through Line Of Variations densification, Icarus, 351, 2020    arXiv
  6. L. Dimare, A. Del Vigna, D. Bracali Cioci, F. Bernardi, Use of a semilinear method to predict the impact corridor on ground, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, 132(3), 2020    arXiv
  7. G. B. Valsecchi, A. Del Vigna, M. Ceccaroni, The evolution of the Line of Variations at close encounters: an analytical approach, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, 131(10), 2019    arXiv
  8. A. Del Vigna, J. Roa, D. Farnocchia, M. Micheli, D. Tholen, F. Guerra, F. Spoto, G. B. Valsecchi, Yarkovsky effect detection and updated impact hazard assessment for near-Earth asteroid (410777) 2009 FD, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 627, 2019    arXiv
  9. A. Del Vigna, A. Milani, F. Spoto, A. Chessa, G. B. Valsecchi, Completeness of Impact Monitoring, Icarus, 321, 2019    arXiv
  10. A. Del Vigna, On Impact Monitoring of Near-Earth Asteroids, PhD thesis, Department of Mathematics, University of Pisa (2018)    PDF file
  11. A. Del Vigna, L. Faggioli, F. Spoto, A. Milani, D. Farnocchia, and B. Carry, Detecting the Yarkovsky effect among near-Earth asteroids from astrometric data, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 617, 2018    arXiv
  12. F. Spoto, A. Del Vigna, A. Milani, G. Tommei, P. Tanga, F. Mignard, B. Carry, W. Thuillot, P. David, Short arc orbit determination and imminent impactors in the Gaia era, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 614, 2018    arXiv
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My Erdős number is 4, because of the following sequence of publications: Don't know what the Erdős number is? Essentially, a person has Erdős number $k$ if the shortest sequence of collaborations connecting that person with Erdős has length $k$, if it exists. Thus Erdős has Erdős number 0; his coauthors have Erdős number 1; their coauthors, if not coauthors of Erdős, have Erdős number 2, and so on. For everything you want to know, see The Erdös Number Project web page.
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