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An integrated architecture for graphite core data analysis

Jahn, Gordon J and McArthur, S.D.J. and Reed, Jim (2005) An integrated architecture for graphite core data analysis. In: Conference on Ageing Management of Graphite Reactor Cores, 2005-11-28 - 2005-11-30.

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Abstract

This paper presents a method for capturing event data from various different monitoring techniques in an extensible manner. The paper describes some of the data that is gathered and how this data can be used to infer the state of the reactor core before introducing a multi-agent system that can take data and events to produce event data that can be readily examined and interrogated to cross-reference the results of multiple analyses. The paper briefly details the operation of the system at present and shows how the system can be expected to work as development continues. Conclusions are drawn as to how this system will fit into the overall ageing management process.