Roberto C. Mancini

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  • Sandrine Ferri, Annette Calisti, Caroline Mossé, Joël Rosato, Bernard Talin, Spiros Alexiou +10 others
  • 2014
Modeling the Stark broadening of spectral lines in plasmas is a complex problem. The problem has a long history, since it plays a crucial role in the interpretation of the observed spectral lines in laboratories and astrophysical plasmas. One difficulty is the characterization of the emitter's environment. Although several models have been proposed over the(More)
We use a parallel multi-objective genetic algorithm to drive a search and reconstruction spectroscopic analysis of plasma gradients in inertial confinement fusion (ICF) implosion cores. In previous work, we had shown that our serial multi-objective Genetic Algorithm was a good method to solve two-criteria X-ray spectroscopy diagnostics problems. However,(More)
Radiation transport eeects on X-ray line emission are important in modeling spectroscopic-quality, synthetic spectra of mid-and high-Z tracer elements in hot dense plasmas. Plasmas produced in the laboratory are usually in non-equilibrium, i.e. the ion-ization balance and distribution of atomic-level populations are determined by a set of collisional and(More)
X-ray spectroscopic analysis is a powerful tool for plasma diagnostics. We use genetic algorithms to automatically analyze experimental X-ray line spectra and discuss a particular implementation of the genetic algorithm suitable for our problem. Since spec-troscopic analysis may be computationally intensive, we a l s o i n vestigate the use of case injected(More)
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