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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1999MCNP Modelling of a combindes Neutron/Gamma Counter.BOURVA L.c.-a.; CROFT S.; OTTMAR Herbert; WEAVER D.r.
2012MCNPX-PoliMi for Nuclear Nonproliferation ApplicationsPOZZI Sara; CLARKE Shaun D.; WALSH W; MILLER Eric; DOLAN Jennifer; FLASKA M.; WIEGER B.; ENQVIST Andreas; PADOVANI Enrico; MATTINGLY J.k., et al
2009MDG Dashboard of SustainabilityJESINGHAUS Jochen
2008MDL and Signal Change Detection in Machine Condition MonitoringHULKKONEN Jenni; HEIKKONEN Jukka
2008MDL and Wavelet Denoising with Soft ThresholdingOJANEN Janne; HEIKKONEN Jukka
2006MDP and other Muropeptides - Direct and Synergistic Effects on the Immune SystemTRAUB Stephanie; VON AULOCK Sonja; HARTUNG THOMAS; HERMANN Corinna
2003Measured and Modeled Radiometric Quantities of Coastal Waters: Toward Closure.BULGARELLI Barbara; ZIBORDI Giuseppe; BERTHON Jean francois
2001Measurement and Analysis of Fission Gas Release from BNFL's SBR MOX Fuel.WHITE R.j.; FISHER S.b.; COOK P.m.a.; STRATTON R.; WALKER Clive; PALMER I.d.
2012Measurement and functional validation of detect and avoid ultra wideband devicesBALDINI Gianmarco; CHEN Xiaochen; BANOS Janie; FUEHRER Detlef; WU Di; GARCÍA FUERTES Manuel
2013Measurement and modelling of the cross sections for the reaction 230Th(3He,3n)230UMORGENSTERN Alfred; ABBAS Kamel; SIMONELLI Federica; CAPOTE NOY R.; SIN M.; ZIELINSKA B.; BRUCHERTSEIFER Frank; APOSTOLIDIS Christos
2000Measurement and Modelling of the Spectral and Directional Reflection Properties of Lichen and Moss Canopies.SOLHEIM Inger; ENGELSEN Ola; HOSGOOD Brian david; ANDREOLI Giovanni
2004Measurement and Monte Carlo Modelling of the JRC 241AmLi(alpha,n) Source Spectrum.TAGZIRIA Hamid; KLEIN Horst; WIEGEL Burckard; KNAUF Kurt; WITTSTOCK Jurgen; ZIMBAL Andrea
2012Measurement and resonance analysis of the 237Np neutron capture cross sectionGUERRERO C.; CANO-OTT D.; MENDOZA E.; ABBONDANNO U.; AERTS G.; ALVAREZ-VELARDE F.; ANDRIAMONJE S.; ANDRZEJEWSKI J.; ASSIMAKOPOULOS P.; AUDOUIN L., et al
2005Measurement and Simulation of Viscous Dissipation in the Wave Affected Surface LayerSTIPS ADOLF; BURCHARD Hans; BOLDING Karsten; PRANDKE Hartmut; SIMON Andre; WUEST Alfred
2005Measurement and Simulation of Viscous Dissipation Rates in the Wave Affected Surface Layer.STIPS Adolf; BURCHARD Hans; BOLDING KRISTENSEN Karsten; PRANDKE Hartmut; SIMON Andre; WUEST Alfred
2006Measurement at n_TOF of the 237Np(n,gamma) and 240Pu(n,gamma) Cross Sections for the Transmutation of Nuclear WasteGUERRERO C.; PLOMPEN ARJAN; RULLHUSEN PETER; N_TOF COLLABORATION The
2008Measurement Comparisons of Radioactivity among European Monitoring Laboratories for the Environment and Food StuffWAETJEN UWE; SPASOVA YANA; ALTZITZOGLOU TIMOTHEOS
2003Measurement of (n, xngamma) Reaction Cross-Sections on Natural Lead using In-Beam Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy.PANDUROVIC M.; LUKIC Strahinja; BAUMANN Paule; HILAIRE S.; JEKNIC J.; JERICHA Erwin; JOKIC Stevan; KERVENO M.; MIHAILESCU C.l.; PAVLIK Andreas, et al
2008A Measurement of (n,xngamma) Cross Sections for 208Pb from Threshold up to 20 MeVMIHAILESCU Liviu; BORCEA Catalin; BAUMANN P.; DESSAGNE Philippe; JERICHA Erwin; KARAM Habib; KERVENO Maëlle; KONING Arjan J.; LEVEQUE N.; PAVLIK Andreas, et al
2011Measurement of (n,xngamma) Reactions at High PrecisionTHIRY J.-C.; BORCEA Catalin; DESSAGNE Philippe; DROHE Jean Claude; JERICHA Erwin; KARAM Habib; KERVENO Maëlle; KONING Arjan J.; NEGRET Alexandru; PAVLIK Andreas, et al
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