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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 48, Issue 3, pp 211–214 | Cite as

Neuronet Data Processing on the State of an Object After an Emergency

  • N. N. Radaev
  • A. D. Daragan
  • A. M. Agapov
  • S. P. Voronov
  • D. V. Klopov
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Abstract

Neuronets are considered for processing data on the state of a potentially hazardous object after an emergency. An example is given of processing the data on the state of a potentially hazardous object in increments.

Key words

neuronets potentially hazardous object emergency state 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. N. Radaev
  • A. D. Daragan
  • A. M. Agapov
  • S. P. Voronov
  • D. V. Klopov

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