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By Michael C. Curtis, Victoria J. D. Sivess (auth.), Dimitris Christodoulakis (eds.)

ISBN-10: 354054092X

ISBN-13: 9783540540922

The annual Ada-Europe convention is crucial occasion in Europe for the merchandising and improvement of the Ada programming language and of Ada-based software program engineering technique. a complete of 25 papers have been chosen for the 1991 convention. Technical excellence and originality have been the valuable choice standards, yet clarity and relevance to the convention subject matter have been additionally taken into consideration. The papers have been geared up into 8 sections, on language concerns, metrics, concurrency and parallelism in Ada, non-stop platforms, environments and instruments, distribution, faces of reuse, and undertaking reports.

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In other cases, however, Iraq had obtained goods and technologies for her nuclear-weapons development without any infringement, by Iraqis or their foreign suppliers (or accomplices), of the laws and regulations of the country from which they were procured; the Iraqi uranium emichment project using an electromagnetic separation process (EMS) may serve as an example; this process had long been deemed by those countries in which it had originally been developed or used, to be utterly uneconomic and not at all 29 competItIve against other enrichment technologies, therefore discarded and no longer protected by classification or export controls.

Again, regret was also expressed that the report did not give a suffIcient forecast of the estimated cost of the proposed additional measures and of the savings expected from being able to reduce conventional safeguards once the new measures would be in place. , inter alia, IAEA Documents GOV/INFI737 and GOV/INFI742 + Mod. 1+2. IAEA Document GC (XXXVIII)IRESIl O. IAEA Document GOVIINFI759. IAEA Document GOV/2784. 33 report, despite its global approach, only dealt with safeguards under INFCIRC/I53-type agreements and not with the IAEA safeguards system as a whole.

The principal criticism was heaped on the proposal to limit application to full-scope-safeguards countries. Thus, the universality of any new arrangements for strengthening safeguards became a hotly debated issue, in particular because evidence gathered in Iraq had clearly shown that, among the countries of origin of items used for the Iraqi nuclear-weapon programme, fullscope NNWS, NWS and INFCIRC/66 NNWS were equally "well" represented. Also the Secretariat's initiative to establish yet another control list of equipment, materials and technology was widely considered to be superfluous and, worse, a cumbersome complication as well as a typical example of bureaucratic overperfection tending to divert attention and resources away from the priority objectives.

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