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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009Pulsed neutron facility for research in illicit trafficking and nuclear safeguardsFAVALLI Andrea; MEHNER Hans-Christoph; CROCHEMORE Jean-Michel; PEDERSEN Bent
2011Pulsed Pseudolite Signal Effects on Non-Participating GNSS ReceiversBORIO DANIELE; O'DRISCOLL CILLIAN; FORTUNY GUASCH Joaquim
1991Pump and Probe Laser Spectroscopy for the Characterization of Excitation Mechanisms in the Inductively Coupled PlasmaSMITH B.w.; FARNSWORTH P.b.
2008PUNITA: a Pulsed Neutron Facility for Research in Illicit Trafficking and Nuclear SafeguardsFAVALLI ANDREA; MEHNER Hans-Christoph; CROCHEMORE JEAN-MICHEL; PEDERSEN BENT
2010PV Module Output Power Characterisation in Test Laboratories and in the PV Industry - Results of the European Performance ProjectHERRMANN Werner; ZAMINI Shokufeh; FABERO Fernando; BETTS Thomas R.; VAN DER BORG Nico; KIEFER Klaus; FRIESEN Gabi; MUELLEJANS Harald; MOHRING Hans-Dieter; VAZQUEZ M, et al
2006PV System Assessment in Performance - Towards Maximun OutputPEARSALL Nicola; SCHOLZ HARALD; ZDANOWICZ Tadeusz; REISE Christian
2005QSAR investigation of a Large Data Set for Fish, Algae and Daphnia ToxicityLESSIGIARSKA Iglika; WORTH ANDREW; SOKULL-KLUETTGEN BIRGIT; JERAM Sonja; DEARDEN John; NETZEVA TATIANA; MARK Cronin
2004QSAR Investigation of a Large Data Set for Fish, Algae and Daphnia Toxicity.LESSIGIARSKA Iglika; WORTH Andrew; SOKULL-KLUTTGEN Birgit; JERAM S.; DEARDEN John c.; NETZEVA Tatiana; CRONIN Mark
2005Quados Intercomparison: A summary of Photon and Charged Particle ProblemsGUALDRINI G.; AGOSTEO S.; MENARD S.; PRICE R. A.; CHARTIER J. -L.; GROSSWENDT B.; KODELI I.; LEUTHOLD G. P.; SIEBERT B. R. L.; TAGZIRIA HAMID, et al
2006Quadrupolar and Magnetic Ordering in (U,Np)Pd3MCEWEN K.a.; WALKER H.c.; BOULET Pascal; COLINEAU ERIC; WASTIN FRANCK; WILKINS S.b.
2010Qualification of HTR Pebbles by X-ray Tomography and Thermal AnalysisHANIA Ralph; JANSSEN Bas; FEDOROV A. V.; DE GROOT Sander; METTEN Lango; VAN DE SANDE Alan; FUETTERER Michael; NABIELEK Heinz
2014Qualificazione sperimentale di materiali siliconici per giunti di pannelli prefabbricatiBIONDINI Fabio; DAL LAGO Bruno; LAMPERTI TORNAGHI MARCO; TONIOLO Giandomenico
2007The Qualitative and Quantitative Distribution in Phytoplankton and Zooplankton of Southern Black Sea of Cape Sinop, Turkey in 1999-2000BAT Levent; SAHIN Fatih; USTUN Funda; KIDEYS Ahmet E.; SATILMIS Hasan H.
2007Quality Aspects of Open Source Testing ToolsSCHEUERMANN FRIEDRICH; MARTINHO GUIMARAES PIRES PEREIRA ANGELA
2007Quality Assessment and Improvement in Pseudo-Dynamic TestsMOLINA RUIZ FRANCISCO JAVIER; MAGONETTE GEORGES; VIACCOZ BERNARD
2005Quality checking of DEM derived from satellite data (SPOT and SRTM)KAY SIMON; SPRUYT PETER; ZIELINSKI Rafal; WINKLER Peter; IVAN Gyula; MIHÁLY Szabolcs
2009Quality Control, Validation and User Feedback of the European Flood Alert System (EFAS)DE ROO Arie; THIELEN DEL POZO Jutta; SALAMON Peter; PAPPENBERGER Florian; BOGNER Konrad; NORBERT Sebastian; CLOKE Hannah; DEMERITT David; YOUNIS Jalal; KALAS Milan, et al
2012Quality Monitoring of BOC Signals through Codeless TechniquesBORIO DANIELE; RAO MARCO; O'DRISCOLL CILLIAN
2014Quality of AIS Services for Wide-Area Maritime SurveillanceERIKSEN TORKILD; VAN WIMERSMA GREIDANUS Herman; ALVAREZ ALVAREZ Marlene; NAPPO DOMENICO; GAMMIERI VINCENZO
2006Quality of Construction Aspects in Seismic Fragility AssessmentDIMOVA Silvia; NEGRO PAOLO; PINTO VIEIRA ARTUR
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