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Nuclear data validation involves a large suite of Integral Experiments (IEs) for criticality, reactor physics and dosimetry applications.  Often benchmarks are taken from international Handbooks. [2, 3] Depending on the application, IEs have different degrees of usefulness in validation, and usually the use of a single benchmark is not advised; indeed, it may lead to erroneous interpretation and results.  This work aims at quantifying the importance of benchmarks used in applicationdoi:10.1051/epjconf/201714606002 fatcat:w3n3szdfwfd4dhi55li6ocoeva