NUCLTuesday, 30 August 2005

1:30 PM-4:45 PM Washington DC Convention Center -- 203B, Oral
Applied Modeling and Computations in Nuclear Science
Nuclear Data Analysis
Organizers:Thomas M. Semkow
Cynthia Atkins-Duffin
Bert Coursey
Carl Gogolak
Ralph B. James
Daniel J. Strom
X. George Xu
Laurie Waters
Organizer, Presidings:Simon M Jerome
Stefaan Pommé
1:30 PMNuclear data analysis and the National Nuclear Data Center
Pavel Oblozinsky
1:55 PMICNUCSPEC: The ultimate software for gamma-ray spectrometry
Menno Blaauw
2:20 PMIs anything there? Evaluation of statistical decision rules for radioactivity counting experiments
Daniel J. Strom
2:40 PMEvaluating detection limits for the radioanalytical techniques used in environmental monitoring studies
Andrey Berlizov, Volodymyr Tryshyn, Marina Grygorenko
3:00 PMIntermission
3:15 PMUsing the ISO guide to expression of uncertainty in measurement (GUM)
Carl Gogolak
3:35 PMNew approach for the decision level and the detection limit in paired counting when there is uncertainty concerning the expected blank count
William E. Potter
4:00 PMNew aspect of the limits of detection in gamma-spectrometry measurements
Andrey Berlizov
4:20 PMPractical software for automatic uncertainty propagation
Keith D. McCroan, Carl Gogolak

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