Developing deep learning algorithms for inferring upstream separatrix density at JET

  title={Developing deep learning algorithms for inferring upstream separatrix density at JET},
  author={Alvin Soo Chun Kit and A E Jaervinen and Sven Wiesen and Y. Poels and Lorenzo Frassinetti},
  journal={Nuclear Materials and Energy},

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