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Detectors Codes symbols Identification Radiation therapy State of the art Actuators Benchmarking Nanodiamond MDE Fiber Bragg gratings Complex networks Computer software Image retrieval Metrology Learning systems Static analysis Nondestructive examination Machine learning Monte Carlo simulations Guided electromagnetic wave propagation UML Reflectometers Nanoparticles Gadolinium Monitoring Semantics Reflectometry Monte Carlo simulation Gamma-ray spectrometry Monte Carlo methods Neutrons Gamma rays Diffraction Defects Algorithms Geometry Energy efficiency Deductive verification Computational linguistics Structural health monitoring Optimization Non-destructive testing C programming language Security Modeling Signal processing Specification languages Haptic interfaces Ultrasonic testing Nuclear Fault detection Software testing Elastic waves Classification Cameras Simulation Hardware STABILITY Data processing Software engineering Embedded systems Reliability Uncertainty Ferromagnetic materials Solid scintillation detectors Optical fibers Internet of things Radionuclide metrology Reflection Fluorescence Robotics Nuclear instrumentation Instrumentation Radiotherapy Verification Artificial intelligence Temperature sensors SLAM Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping Symbolic execution Image processing Frama-C Eddy current testing Performance Sensors Diamond Cryptography Scheduling Computer vision Neural networks Dosimetry Time domain analysis Design Non destructive testing Computer architecture Calibration Robots Model checking Finite element method Neutron detection Virtual reality