CALMAR: A New Versatile Code Library for Adjustment from Measurements
CEA, DEN, DER, Dosimetry, Sensors, Instrumentation Laboratory, 13108 Saint Paul Lez Durance, France
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Published online: 3 February 2016
CALMAR, a new library for adjustment has been developed. This code performs simultaneous shape and level adjustment of an initial prior spectrum from measured reactions rates of activation foils. It is written in C++ using the ROOT data analysis framework,with all linear algebra classes. STAYSL code has also been reimplemented in this library. Use of the code is very flexible : stand-alone, inside a C++ code, or driven by scripts. Validation and test cases are under progress. Theses cases will be included in the code package that will be available to the community. Future development are discussed. The code should support the new Generalized Nuclear Data (GND) format. This new format has many advantages compared to ENDF.
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