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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2007Improved Morphological Interpolation of Elevation Contour Data with Generalised Geodesic PropagationsGRAZZINI JACOPO; SOILLE PIERRE
2011Improved particle location and isotopic screening measurements of sub-micron sized particles by Secondary Ion Mass SpectrometryHEDBERG Magnus; PERES P.; CLIFF J.b.; RABEMANANJARA F.; LITTMANN Francois; THIELE Hartmut; VINCENT C.; ALBERT Noelle
1994Improved Permeation Barriers for Tritiated Waste PackagingVASSALLO Gary; VAN DEN BERGH Robert
2011Improved security for commercial container transports using an innovative active RFID systemAZZALIN Graziano; BARBONI Marcello; FAGGION Lorenzo; RIZZO Francesco; SIRONI Marco
2011Improved textural built-up presence index for automatic recognition of human settlements in arid regions with scattered vegetationPESARESI Martino; GERHARDINGER Andrea
2013Improved values for the characteristics of prompt-fission gamma-ray spectra from the reaction 235U(nth, f )OBERSTEDT Andreas; BELGYA T.; BILLNERT ROBERT; BORCEA Ruxandra; BRYS T.; GEERTS Wouter; GÖÖK Alf; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; KIS Z.; MARTINEZ T., et al
1992Improvement in the Determination of Extractable Contents of Trace Metals in Soil and Sediment prior to CertificationGRIEPINK B.
1993Improvement of Analytical Measurements within the BCR-Programme. Single and Sequential Extraction Procedures Applied to Soil and Sediment SpeciationGRIEPINK B.
2013Improvement of Computer Codes Used for Fuel Behaviour Simulation (FUMEX-III): report of a coordinated research project 2008 - 2012BONEVA S.; CALABRESE Rolando; CHASSIE G.; CHULKIN D.; DENIS A.; DUTTA B.k.; HIROSE T.; HORHOIANU G.; JIAO Yongjun; KAMIMURA K., et al
1997Improvement of Fresnel Computer-Generated Holograms.MORUCCI Stephane; NOIRARD Pierre
2009Improvement of In Vitro Methods to Study Nanoparticles Toxicology Application to Gold and Cobalt NanoparticlesPONTI Jessica
2007Improvement of NPP Training to Ensure a Transfer of Critical KnowledgeVAISNYS POVILAS; LIPAR Miroslav; KOSILOV Andrei
2008Improvement of Retention Capacity of ETS-10 for Uranyl Ions by Porosity Modification and their Immobilization into a Titanosilicate MatrixWALTER Marcus; POPA Karin; PAVEL Cladiu
2010Improvement of the European thermodynamic database NUCLEABAKARDJIEVA S.; BARRACHIN M.; BECHTA S. V.; BOTTOMLEY Paul; BRISSONNEAU L.; CHEYNET B.; FISCHER E.; JOURNEAU C.; KISELOVA M.; MEZENTSEVA L. P., et al
2014Improvements and extensions of the neutron cross section and fluence standardsCARLSON A. D.; PRONYAEV V. G; CAPOTE R.; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; KÄPPELER F.; LEDERER C.; MANNHART W.; MENGONI A.; NELSON R. O.; PLOMPEN Arjan, et al
2011Improvements in Dead-time Correction Using List-mode Neutron CountersHOLZLEITNER Ludwig; SWINHOE Martyn T.
2006Improvements in Precision and Accuracy of Uranium Isotope Ratio Measurements for Reference Materials Certification at IRMMALONSO MUNOZ ADOLFO; KUEHN HEINZ; VERBRUGGEN ANDRE; WELLUM Roger; TAYLOR PHILIP; RICHTER STEPHAN
2000Improvements in Quantitative Source Preparation.DENECKE Bruno willi heinrich; SIBBENS Goedele; SZABO T.; HULT Mikael; PERSSON Leif
2011Improvements in Routine Uranium Isotope Ratio Measurements Using the Modified Total Evaporation Method for Multi-Collector Thermal Ionization Mass SpectrometryRICHTER Stephan; KUEHN Heinz; AREGBE Yetunde; HEDBERG Magnus; HORTA DOMENECH Joan; MAYER Klaus; ZULEGER Evelyn; BÜRGER S.; BOULYGA S.; KÖPF A., et al
2013Improvements of the TRANSURANUS code for FBR fuel performance analysisDI MARCELLO VALENTINO; BOTAZZOLI P.; SCHUBERT Arndt; VAN UFFELEN Paul
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