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Serpent relies on the collision history based first order GPT equivalent implementation<ref name="GPT"/> to calculate sensitivities of various responses to various perturbations. As a simple example, the sensitivity of the effective multiplication factor to the different nuclear cross sections can be calculated.
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Serpent relies on the collision history based first order GPT equivalent implementation<ref name="GPT"/><ref name="ValtavirtaBEPU18"/> to calculate sensitivities of various responses to various perturbations. As a simple example, the sensitivity of the effective multiplication factor to the different nuclear cross sections can be calculated. In the future these capabilities may be used for uncertainty propagation <ref name="UncReport18">
  
 
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Revision as of 16:41, 9 October 2018

Serpent relies on the collision history based first order GPT equivalent implementation[1][2] to calculate sensitivities of various responses to various perturbations. As a simple example, the sensitivity of the effective multiplication factor to the different nuclear cross sections can be calculated. In the future these capabilities may be used for uncertainty propagation Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag [3] </references>