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Springer Series in Reliability Engineering
Terrorist nuclear attack is a potentially devastating threat to homeland security. It is increasingly important to have the capability to intercept illicit nuclear materials entering the country and to monitor for nuclear threats emerging from within. This article describes a variety of approaches to sensor management in a multi-institution project on nuclear detection, which is based at Rutgers University and supported by the US Department of Homeland Security Domestic Nuclear Detection Officedoi:10.1007/978-0-85729-470-8_11 fatcat:a4f2ku7iqzdozmwia7vf6s3pha