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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2014Equivalence of computer codes for calculation of coincidence summing correction factorsVIDMAR Tim; CAPOGNI M.; HULT Mikael; HURTADO S.; KASTLANDER J.; LUTTER GUILLAUME; LEPY M.-C.; MARTINKOVIC J.; RAMEBÄCK Henrik; SIMA O., et alContributions to Conferences
2010Intercomparison of Methods for Coincidence Summing Corrections in Gamma-Ray SpectrometryLEPY M.-C.; ALTZITZOGLOU Timotheos; ANAGNOSTAKIS M.j.; ARNOLD D.; CAPOGNI M.; CECCATELLI A.; DE FELICE P.; DERSCH Rainer; DRYAK P.; FAZIO A., et alContributions to Conferences
2008An Intercomparison of Monte Carlo Codes Used in Gamma-Ray SpectrometryVIDMAR Tim; AUBINEAU-LANIECE I.; ANAGNOSTAKIS M.j.; ARNOLD D.; BRETTNER-MESSLER R.; BUDJAS D.; CAPOGNI M.; DIAS M.s.; DE GEER L.-E.; FAZIO A., et alContributions to Conferences
2010International Exercise on 124Sb Activity MeasurementsCHAUVENET B.; BE Marie-Martine; AMIOT M.-N.; BOBIN C.; LEPY M.-C.; BRANGER T.; LANIECE I.; LUCA A.; SAHAGIA M.; WAETJEN A. C., et alContributions to Conferences
2010International Exercise on 124Sb Photon Emission Intensities DeterminationBE Marie-Martine; CHAUVENET B.; AMIOT M.-N.; BOBIN C.; LEPY M.-C.; BRANGER T.; LANIECE I.; LUCA A.; SAHAGIA M.; WAETJEN A. C., et alContributions to Conferences
2010Testing Efficiency Transfer Codes for EquivalenceVIDMAR Tim; CELIK NECATI; CORNEJO DIAZ N.; DLABAC A.; EWA I.o.b.; CARRAZANA GONZALEZ J.a.; HULT Mikael; JOVANOVIC S.; LEPY M.-C.; MIHALJEVIC N., et alArticles in Journals
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