Using meta-networks to identify key intervention points in nuclear WMD development
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The ability to identify key intervention points in the nuclear WMD development process is vital for the development of effective intervention strategies against nuclear proliferation efforts. This paper describes research in progress to investigate nuclear weapons development as a meta-network of people, knowledge, resources, locations and tasks, and to design a software tool which will be capable of identifying the key intervention points of the process based upon the available information.
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