Spallation reactions: a tool for RNB production and a neutron source for nuclear waste transmutation

Abstract : If simplified, every information retrieval problem can be solved when the information need implied by its expression has been identified. We are interested in the criteria used in realising a good information retrieval problem expression. We have listed these criteria through some principles and maxims which first characterized the communication between two persons are applied. We choose to use the gricean maxims because they are the most favoured for this type of situation. Secondly, we have tried to identify some others principles that can be used to realise a good information retrieval problem expression. The principles by Grice can not resolve all forms of error associated with this particular form of communication. In our work, we defined three other principles namely: adhesion principle, reformulation principle, memorization principle. We give some examples of situations where the principles we have formulated are not applicable and the consequences. We present the possible applications of our new model: MIRABEL, which can help in the description of information retrieval problem from. It also compels its user to use essential good expression principle implicitly.
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J. Benlliure, P. Armbruster, M. Bernas, A. Boudard, E. Casarejos, et al.. Spallation reactions: a tool for RNB production and a neutron source for nuclear waste transmutation. Experimental Nuclear Physics in Europe ENPE 99, Jun 1999, Sevilla, Spain. pp.3458-461. ⟨in2p3-00006073⟩

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