The optimal performance of current solution monitoring evaluation system approaches

T Burr, J Howell, G Bevan

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Abstract

Solution monitoring evaluation approaches are examined by comparing the estimated best detection probabilities (DP) possible, when each is faced with one of a set of undeclared removals of plutonium solution from a reprocessing plant. Using simulated facility data, DPs are estimated for multivariate statistical process monitoring methods and for qualitative reasoning. Improvements are recommended for the treatment of certain scenarios.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationINMM 50th Annual Meeting.
PublisherInstitute of Nuclear Materials Management
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2009

Keywords

  • detection probabilities
  • qualitative reasoning
  • multivariable analyses
  • monitoring methods

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    Burr, T., Howell, J., & Bevan, G. (2009). The optimal performance of current solution monitoring evaluation system approaches. In INMM 50th Annual Meeting. Institute of Nuclear Materials Management. http://www.inmm.org/source/proceedingssearch/