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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011E-Passports and automated border crossing: a view on interoperability issuesRANA AntoniaArticles in Journals
2008The European Chemicals Bureau: an Overview of 15 Years Experience in EU Chemicals LegislationEISENREICH STEVEN; ALLANOU REMI; ASCHBERGER KARIN; BARAIBAR FENTANES JOAQUIN; BERGGREN KATARINA; COLE THOMAS; CHRISTENSEN FRANS; LANGEZAAL INGRID; MACCHI CHIARA; NORDENHALL KERSTIN, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007GMO Register User GuideRANA ANTONIA; FOSCARINI FABRIZIOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007GMOREGEX User GuideRANA ANTONIA; FOSCARINI FABRIZIO; CANONICO MARCOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Identity verification through face recognition, Android smartphones and NFCRANA Antonia; CIARDULLI ANDREAContributions to Conferences
2013Identity verification using smartphones in a partecipatory surveillance scenarioRANA Antonia; CIARDULLI ANDREAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1998Il ruolo della Moneta Elettronica nell'Information Society.PERLUSZ Stefano; RANA AntoniaArticles in Journals
2009Linux for bioinformatics: an updateRANA Antonia; FOSCARINI FabrizioArticles in Journals
2007Linux for Bioinformatics: Dedicated Distributions for Processing of Biological Data - Part 2: Package Repositories and Complete SystemsRANA ANTONIA; FOSCARINI FABRIZIOArticles in Journals
2007Linux for Bioinformatics:Dedicated Distribution for Processing of Biological Data - Part 1: Live DistributionsRANA ANTONIAArticles in Journals
2002Medicine Information Network for Europe.RANA AntoniaArticles in Journals
2011Mobile identification: from functional requirements, to testing for interoperability and securityRANA Antonia; ALESSANDRONI AlessandroEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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