Nuclear Security and Safeguards Education Portal: Applied Statistics for Safeguards

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This module provided by the Centre for Nuclear Security Science and Policy Initiatives explains the different types of statistical analysis used in nuclear safeguards and takes approximately 3 hours to complete. Students taking this module should have a working knowledge of basic algebra and calculus. They should have completed the NSSEP Introduction to Nuclear Safeguards and Security, Introduction to Statistics, and Nuclear Material Accountancy modules.

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  • Students completing this module will be able to apply statistical analysis to various diversion detection scenarios, including detecting diversion through material accountancy, statistical analysis of MUF and MUF uncertainty, measurement control, and sampling

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