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Cyclus Archetypes [article]

Anthony M. Scopatz, Matthew J. Gidden, Robert W. Carlsen, Robert R. Flanagan, Kathryn D. Huff, Meghan B. McGarry, Arrielle C. Opotowsky, Olzhas Rakhimov, Zach Welch, Paul P.H. Wilson
2015 arXiv   pre-print
Yet-Another Listing 8: A Valid Input Snippet for the Simple Reactor< facility > < name > S o m e R e a c t o r</ name > If the input is determined to be invalid, an error is raised without beginning  ...  Please refer to the XML Schema Datatypes [9] for more information. initfromcopy←֓ Code string to use in the InitFrom(Agent* m) function for the state variable instead of automatic code generation. initfromdb  ... 
arXiv:1511.05619v1 fatcat:l74hrie7ufgxto54qlehuzydrm

Fundamental concepts in the Cyclus nuclear fuel cycle simulation framework

Kathryn D. Huff, Matthew J. Gidden, Robert W. Carlsen, Robert R. Flanagan, Meghan B. McGarry, Arrielle C. Opotowsky, Erich A. Schneider, Anthony M. Scopatz, Paul P.H. Wilson
2016 Advances in Engineering Software  
As nuclear power expands, technical, economic, political, and environmental analyses of nuclear fuel cycles by simulators increase in importance. To date, however, current tools are often fleet-based rather than discrete and restrictively licensed rather than open source. Each of these choices presents a challenge to modeling fidelity, generality, efficiency, robustness, and scientific transparency. The Cyclus nuclear fuel cycle simulator framework and its modeling ecosystem incorporate modern
more » ... nsights from simulation science and software architecture to solve these problems so that challenges in nuclear fuel cycle analysis can be better addressed. A summary of the Cyclus fuel cycle simulator framework and its modeling ecosystem are presented. Additionally, the implementation of each is discussed in the context of motivating challenges in nuclear fuel cycle simulation. Finally, the current capabilities of Cyclus are demonstrated for both open and closed fuel cycles.
doi:10.1016/j.advengsoft.2016.01.014 fatcat:ouiefcv3dzfqjja4ei23zw2cia

Page 531 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 17, Issue 5 [page]

1985 Behavior Research Methods  
Balsam, James Deich, Kevin O’Connor, and Robert Scopatz Columbia University Conditioning Howard D. Kaplan Addiction Research Foundation, Toronto Behavioral Pharmacology Anthony G. Romano, Joseph E.  ...  Steinmetz, and Michael M. Patterson Ohio University Neurophysiology 531  ... 

Page 2308 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 75, Issue 8 [page]

1988 Psychological Abstracts  
, 22329, 22330, 22331, 22332, 22501, 22589, 22687, 22695, 22696, 22697, 22698, 22699, 22700, 22747, 22888 in, Forrest, 24774 Michael T., 23761 Scollay, Susan J., 23297 Scopatz, R.  ...  R., 22868 amen Judith M., 23659 Runco, Mark A., 22152, 24950 24409 Rupp, Agnes, Rush, A.  ... 

Page 1590 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 70, Issue 6 [page]

1983 Psychological Abstracts  
., 13122, 13248 Ross, Steven M., 13610 Rosse. Rodney L.. 13716 Rosson, Mary B., 12346 Rostal, David C.. 12046 Roszkowski, Michael, 12976 Rotatori, Anthony F., 11698, 12956 Rotegard, L.  ...  E., 11617 Schwinger, Thomas, 12681 Scolaro, José A., 11934 Scopatz, Robert A., 11958 Scott, K.  ... 

Page 895 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 75, Issue Index [page]

Psychological Abstracts  
Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1986(Nov), Vol 47(6), 500-502. 4715 Scollay, Susan J.— See Arcury, Thomas A. 23297 Scopatz, R. A.— See Roitblat, H. L. 22358 Scott-Jones, Diane.  ...  M. 36129 Scola, P. S.— See Pueschel, Siegfied M. 11016 Scoles, Michael T. & Siegel, Shepard. A potential role of saline trials in morphine-induced preference conditioning.  ... 

Page 857 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 74, Issue Index [page]

Psychological Abstracts  
Urban Review, 1985, Vol 17(3), 201-209. 8891 Scollay, Susan J.— See Everson, Susan T. 29502 Scontrino, M. Peter— See Larson, James R. 14259 Scopatz, Robert— See Balsam, Peter D. 3132 Scoppa, Fabio.  ...  Physiology & Behavior, 1986, Vol 37(2), 253-256. 12492 Sclafani, Anthony & Kirchgessner, Annette L. Influence of taste and nutrition on the sugar appetite of rats.  ... 

Terahertz circular dichroism spectroscopy of biomolecules

Jing Xu, Jhenny Galan, Gerald Ramian, Pavlos Savvidis, Anthony Scopatz, Robert R. Birge, S. James Allen, Kevin Plaxco, James O. Jensen, Jean-Marc Theriault
2004 Chemical and Biological Standoff Detection  
3 , 0.9 x 10 27 m -3 , relaxation time, 0.53 x 10 -12 s.  ...  TERAHERTZ CIRCULAR DICHORISM: LYSOZYME Concentrated solutions of lysozyme in water were contained between two 25µm thick mylar windows stretched over a frame.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.518533 fatcat:p332vdxlm5dk5oygbromz7yl3e

AIMpy: A Python code to solve Schrodinger-like equations with the Asymptotic Iteration Method

Mesut Karakoc
2020 International Journal of Modern Physics C  
Terrel, Štěpán Roučka, Ashutosh Saboo, Isuru Fernando, Sumith Kulal, Robert Cimrman, and Anthony Scopatz. Sympy: symbolic computing in python.  ...  p t o t i c i m p o r t * # s y m en g in e ( s y m b o l i c ) v a r i a b l e s # f o r lam b d a 0 and s 0 En , m, h b ar , L , r , r 0 = s e . s y m b o ls ( ”En , m, h b ar , L , r , r 0 ” ) b e t  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0129183121500170 fatcat:wok7y6df3rdo7jjcxroixacegu

Markov choice processes in simultaneous matching-to-sample at different levels of discriminability

Anthony A. Wright
1990 Animal Learning and Behavior  
Reprint requests should be sent to Anthony A. Wright, Sensory Sciences Center, Suite 316 SHI, 6420 Lamar Fleming Ave., Houston, TX 77030.  ...  LS = xenon arc light source, HG = heat-absorbing glass, L = lens, M = mirror, S shutter, Mono = monochromator, DW = density wedge, B = baffle, SA = stimulus aperture, PK = pecking key.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03205287 fatcat:yfgtmq3g4fel3exzxbfg75nsfa

Non-judgemental Dynamic Fuel Cycle Benchmarking [article]

Anthony Michael Scopatz
2015 arXiv   pre-print
For instance, it is valid to compare d(m LWR * , m LWR DYMOND ) and d(m LWR * , m LWR Cyclus ). However, it is not valid to compare d(m LWR * , m LWR DYMOND ) and d(m FR * , m FR DYMOND ).  ...  The value of d(m Total * , m LWR * ) = 97.010 while d(m Total * , m FR * ) = 19.503.  ... 
arXiv:1511.09095v1 fatcat:bmwvyaojufdorkftwl6q6fqt3m

XSgen: A Cross Section Generation Methodology for Fuel Cycle Simulation [article]

Robert Flanagan, Anthony Scopatz
2017 arXiv   pre-print
, φ h [n/s/cm 2 ] represents the high resolution group fluxes for H energy groups with a group structured defined by E h [M eV ] bin boundaries.  ...  Likewise, φ g [n/s/cm 2 ] represents the collapsed flux with G groups and E g [M eV ] bin Start Neutron transport via OpenMC OpenMC input file Update OpemMC material composition Cross section  ... 
arXiv:1712.02241v1 fatcat:jcuamzv555hbzdp3f46s5sms5i

Facility Deployment Decisions through Warp Optimizaton of Regressed Gaussian Processes [article]

Anthony Scopatz
2015 arXiv   pre-print
e −λ p ∑ N p m=M p (λ p ) m m! e −λ p = (λ p ) n n! ∑ N p m=M p (λ p ) m m! (22) Poisson-based weights could be used exclusively, foregoing the inverse distance Gaussian process models completely.  ...  Symbolically, w n,p = d −1 * (n) ∑ N p m=M p d −1 * (m) (19) λ p = θ p |argmin(D) (20) Hence, the Poisson probability distribution for the n-th weight of the p-th deployment parameter is, Poisson(n) =  ... 
arXiv:1512.06929v1 fatcat:hmrw2mi6fjbnnnlzk2sdypru5q

Matrix decompositions over the double numbers [article]

Ran Gutin
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Terrel, Štěpán Roučka, Ashutosh Saboo, Isuru Fernando, Sumith Kulal, Robert Cimrman, and Anthony Scopatz. Sympy: symbolic computing in python.  ...  M ∗ = M .  ... 
arXiv:2105.08047v2 fatcat:fnsibcpwbnbo7jhvct4e4h5fju

Learning advanced mathematical computations from examples [article]

François Charton, Amaury Hayat, Guillaume Lample
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Štěpán Roučka, Ashutosh Saboo, Isuru Fernando, Sumith Kulal, Robert Cimrman, and Anthony Scopatz. Sympy: symbolic computing in python. PeerJ Computer Science, 3:e103, January 2017.  ...  Replacing, we have, for a function with q variables and m operators E 0 (q) = 20 + q E 1 (q) = (89 + 4q)(20 + q) (m + 1)E m (q) = (169 + 8q)(2m − 1)E m−1 − 4(m − 2)E m−2 In the stability problem, we sampled  ... 
arXiv:2006.06462v2 fatcat:fzjmblgyd5gmpejuhik7cjd5dm
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