ESARDA Bulletin N.64 (2), The International Journal of Nuclear Safeguards and Non-Proliferation.
Integration of independent NDA techniques within a SLAM-based robotic system for improving safeguards standard routines: a review of the current status...
ESARDA Bulletin N.64 (2) - This review paper reports and discusses the state-of-art in the implementation of systems similar to the Concept presented, as the idea behind the Concept has already been tested in recent years with promising results.
ESARDA Bulletin N.64 (2) - In this paper, a systematic analysis of the impact of concrete building structures on neutron radiation is presented based on Monte Carlo simulations of neutron transport.
ESARDA Bulletin N.64 (1), The International Journal of Nuclear Safeguards and Non-Proliferation.
ESARDA Bulletin N.64 (1) - A solution of the inspection game, i.e., a Nash equilibrium, is presented in quite general terms, and two applications are presented.
Statistical error model-based and GUM-based analysis of measurement uncertainties in nuclear safeguards – a reconciliation
ESARDA Bulletin N.64 (1) - The purpose of this paper is to contribute to reaching a common understanding of the terminology and methodologies used by different professional groups in the field of uncertainty quantification.
ESARDA Bulletin N.64 (1) - This paper discusses the current state of the art in robotic autonomy for known or partially known environment mapping and patrolling, as well as shared autonomy, where humans collaborate with closed loop autonomation to complete tasks.
ESARDA Bulletin N.64 (1) - This work aims to bring a novel approach to detecting illicit nuclear activities using commercially available optically OSLDs produced by LANDAUER®, leading to well-known and well-established techniques to determine the dose.
ESARDA Bulletin N.64 (1) - In this research an automated procedure for collecting, storing, processing, and analyzing satellite images based on the tools mentioned in the article was developed.
ESARDA Bulletin N.64 (1) - The methodology is based on comparing the measured Cherenkov light intensity with a predicted intensity, calculated with operator information.