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By Da Duan, Paolo F Fantoni, Martine De Cock, Mike Nachtegael, Etienne E Kerre

FLINS, initially an acronym for Fuzzy good judgment and clever applied sciences in Nuclear technology, is now prolonged to utilized synthetic Intelligence for utilized study. The contributions to the 7th within the sequence of FLINS meetings contained during this quantity conceal state of the art examine and improvement in utilized man made intelligence for utilized learn generally and for power/nuclear engineering particularly.

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Already during the war the Germans had occupied the place, erecting blockhouses and installing a radar observation station. ' Each of these three establishments, then, had its place symbolically marked out in the landscape. Now man's imagination has seized on them, attributing relative degrees of danger or harmlessness to each one. Everybody finds his own more reliable than his neighbour's. At Flamanville they are glad they live near the power station because it is far 'cleaner' than the 'dustbin' that has been erected on the moor.

It's a well-known fact that they took the mayors round everywhere . . The prefects came and met the municipal councils, telling them: 'You'll have splendid jobs, there'll be plenty of work, business will thrive .. and on top of that there's no danger at all... ' Then it was a swift handshake all round and they were off again. People aren't inquisitive round here, they didn't ask questions, so it just happened automatically, the only argument in favour being 'money'. That was enough . Above all, people were so certain that the whole thing had been fixed in advance, that it was no use protesting or filling in the survey forms because it had all been decided over their heads.

So the cables carrying electricity away from the nuclear power station swoop rhythmically along a double line of pylons ranged every 500 metres from Flamanville to the reprocessing plant by way of the Tollevast dispersal station on the southern outskirts of Cherbourg. The landscape of la Hague is thus crowned with a forest of spindly trees like giant dried cow-parsley heads sticking up from every ridge, providing a metallic vegetation to match the slabs of concrete, soaring corkscrew chimneys, and swivelling cranes of the industrial complex that dominates the moor.

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