Dynamic programming and an inverse problem in neutron transport theory
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An attempt to initiate the study of inverse problems in transport theory from the point of view of dynamic programming. The goal is to produce a feasible computational method for estimating the properties of a medium based upon measurements of radiation fields within the medium. 25 pp. Bibliog.
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