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Critical assessment of nuclear sensitivity metrics for the r-process

@article{Shand2017CriticalAO,
  title={Critical assessment of nuclear sensitivity metrics for the r-process},
  author={Zachary Shand and Rachid Ouyed and Nico Koning and Iris Dillmann and Reiner Krucken and Prashanth Jaikumar},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2017}
}
Any simulation of the r-process is affected by uncertainties in our present knowledge of nuclear physics quantities and astrophysical conditions. It is common to quantify the impact of these uncertainties through a global sensitivity metric, which is then used to identify specific nuclides that would be most worthwhile to measure experimentally. Using descriptive statistics, we assess a set of metrics used in previous sensitivity studies, as well as a new logarithmic measure. For certain… 

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