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Architecture of the HARP system and description of its components
  Information relating to the development status of the environmental system HARP (in the Czech) Journal of Safety of nuclear energy, p. 86-97 [2015]
  Elektronicky HANDBOOK HAVAR-DET s online pristupy Interni publikace UTIA, AV-CR [2015], posledni modifikace 2019
  HARP as training tool during nuclear emergency Int. conf. EUROSIM,Ljubljana, SLO, Sept. 2007
  Poster: HARP as training tool during nuclear emergency Int. conf. EUROSIM,Ljubljana, SLO, Sept. 2007
  Poster: English version of the HARP system Int. conf. TIES 2009, Bologna, It, July 2009
  Short abstract: HARP as a tool for 3-D random trajectory modeling Int. conf. WMODA5, Melbourne, Australia, Oct. 2009
  Integration of data assimilation subsystem into environmental model of harmful substances propagation 11th International Conf. on Harmonisation within ADM, UK, July 2-5, 2007
  HARP as a tool for 3-D random trajectory modeling Int. conf. WMODA5,Melbourne,Australia, Oct. 2009
  Poster: HARP as a tool for 3-D random trajectory modeling Int. conf. WMODA5,Melbourne,Australia, Oct. 2009
  Poster: Assimilation Techniques in Consequence Assessment - how to increase reliability of predictions ECORAD-2008, 15 - 20 June 2008, Bergen, NO
  Nesting of Data Assimilation Cycles into the Recursive Model Predictions conference PETRA, Praha, 2011
  Construction of Observational Operator for Cloudshine Dose from Radioactive Cloud Drifting ovet the Terrain., conference HARMO14, 2011, poster
  Data assimilation methods for early and late phase of radiation accident - A comprehensive review with examples of methods examined within solution of the grant projet MV CR VG20102013018, Research report UTIA, No. 2312, Dec. 2011.
  Comparison of numerical weather prediction models for purposes of atmospheric dispersion modeling within the grant project MV CR VG20102013018, Research report UTIA, No. 2313, 2012.
  Bayesian Methods for Optimization of Radiation Monitoring Networks, Research report UTIA, No. 2315, 2011.
  Calculations of External Irradiation from Radioatcive Plume in the Early Stage of Nuclear Accident, International Journal of Environment and Pollution, 1-4 (2012),p. 420-430.)

Application of the data assimilation subsystem of the HARP in the early phase of a radiation accident (plume/puff tracking)
  Inverse modelling for real-time estimation of radiological consequences in the early stage of an accidental radioactivity release Journal of Environmental Radioactivity vol.164, 1 (2016), p. 377-394 [2016]
  Bayesian tracking of the toxic plume spreading in the early stage of radiation accident Int. conf. ESM 2009, Leicester , UK
  Data assimilation in the early phase using partcile filter Int. conf. WMODA5,Melbourne,Australia, Oct. 2009
  Poster: Online estimation of dispersion model parameters using particle filter Int. conf. WMODA5,Melbourne,Australia, Oct. 2009
  Assimilation Techniques in Consequence Assessment - cooperation with RMN ECORAD-2008, 15 - 20 June 2008, Bergen, NO
  Evaluation of Expected Consequences of a Nuclear Power Plant Accident using Sequential Monte Carlo. DRO2011, 7.-11. 11. 2011., Stiavnicke Vrchy, SK, poster
  Sequential Monte Carlo Assimilation For Early Phase of Radiation Accident submitted to Technometrics
  Application of Sequential Monte Carlo Estimation for Early Phase of Radiation Accident Research report UTIA No. 2322, Aug. 2012
  Application of Advanced Data Assimilation Methods in Off-Site Consequence Assessment R. Hofman, dissertation

Application of the data assimilation subsystem of the HARP in the late phase of a radiation accident
  Data assimilation of model predictions of long-time evolution of Cs–137 deposition on terrain Int. conf. 2008 IEEE Int. Geoscience \& Remote Sensing, Boston, USA
  Fitting of Segmented Gaussian Plume Model Predictions on Measured Data Int. Conf. ESM-2008, Le Havre, France, October 27-29, 2008
  Application of advanced statistical methods in assessment of the late phase of a nuclear accident XXX. dny radiacni ochrany, (Liptovsky Jan, SK, 10.11.2008-14.11.2008)
  Integration of data assimilation subsystem into environmental model of harmful substances propagation 11th International Conf. on Harmonisation within ADM, UK, July 2-5, 2007
  Software Tool for Assessment of Food Contamination and Food Bans Regulations conference FOODSIM2012, 2012
  Decision Support System for Fast Assessment of Internal Exposure Due to Ingestion in Case of a Nuclear Accident conference FOODSIM2012, 2012

Applications of the HARP system in radiation and chemical protection
  Simulation of Occurrence of Radioactive Hot Spots Induced by Radiation Accident Being Underway of Atypical Meteorological Episodes Prague 2019, in review process.
  Evaluation of Detection Abilities of Monitoring Networks Using Different Assessment Criteria International Journal of Environment and Pollution, Vol. 55, Nos. 1/2/3/4, 2014, Pages 129-138.
  A simplified approach for solution of time update problem during toxic waste spreading in the atmosphere Int. conf. HARMO12,Cavtat, HR, Oct. 2008
  Poster: Time update problem during toxic waste spreading in the atmosphere Int. conf. HARMO12,Cavtat, HR, Oct. 2008
  Illustration of Probabilistic Approach in Consequence Assessment of Accidental Radioactive Releases Sborník konf. XXX. DRO, (Liptovsky Jan, SK, 10.11.2008-14.11.2008)
  Application of regional environmental code HARP in the field of off-site consequence assessment conference PSA-2011, USA, 2011
   An unconventional adaptation of a classical Gaussian plume dispersion scheme for the fast assessment of external irradiation from a radioactive cloud Atmospheric Environment, Volume 89, June 2014, Pages 298-308.

Presentation of the grant project results
  Assimilation of spatio-temporal activity distribution in early phase XXXI. DRO, Dlouhe strane, CZ, 2. -6. 11 2009
  Models of aerial radioactive discharges — in a half-way to reality XXXI. DRO, Dlouhe strane, CZ, 2. -6. 11 2009
  Lessons learned from former radiation accidents on develop. of SW tools for effective decision making support 11. int. conf. Present and Future of Crisis Management, Praha, 23.-24. 11. 2009
  DEVELOPMENT OF SOFTWARE TOOLS FOR CONSEQUENCE ASSESSMENT OF AERIAL RADIOACTIVE DISCHARGES Journ. Safety of Nuclear Energy, 18(56),2010, No.5/6, pp 147-157.

Methotodological documentation and instructions for calculations
   An unconventional adaptation of a classical Gaussian plume dispersion scheme for the fast assessment of external irradiation from a radioactive cloud , Atmospheric Environment vol.89, 6 (2014), p. 298-308 [2014] Research report UTIA no. 2333, Sept.2013.
  Data assimilation methods used in the ASIM module, DRAFT, Research report UTIA no. 2333, Sept.2013.
  Progression of deterministic version of HAVAR-DET of the HARP system and its probabilistic extension. Research report UTIA no. 2334, Oct. 2013 (in the Czech language).
  Methodology description of deterministic version HAVAR-DET Research report UTIA, 2011 (in the Czech language).
  Users guide of deterministic version of HAVAR-DET , Research report UTIA, 2011 (in the Czech language).
  Documentation of the methodology of the HARP system Description of methodology - ver. June 2009.
  Instructions for HARP42_deterministic computations Instrukce k deterministickym vypoctum pro HARP42.
  Instructions for TWIN model calculations Instrukce k deterministickym vypoctum TWIN ruzic pomoci HARP42.
  Instructions for geographical gridded data Popis tvorby mrizovych geografickych dat pro mozne uloziste v CR.

Comparative studies
  Simulation of possible ocurrence of hot radioactivity spots during specific meteorological episodes (In Czech Language). Proc. of XL. DRO Conf., 2018, (Mikulov, CZ, 5.11.2018-9.11.2018)
  Adaptace programoveho vybaveni pro hodnoceni radiologickych dusledku mimoradnych uniku radionuklidu ze skladu vyhoreleho jaderneho paliva Proc. of XL. DRO Conf., 2018, (Mikulov, CZ, 5.11.2018-9.11.2018)   Adaptation of software tools for assessment of radiological consequences of accidental releases of radionuclides from spent fuel repository. Proc. of XL. DRO Conf., 2018, (Mikulov, CZ, 5.11.2018-9.11.2018)
  Towards estimation of radiological consequences of the emergency radioactive releases from repositories of the spent nuclear fuel Research report UTIA No. 2367 (in the Czech language), December 2017
  Pitfalls Associated with the Estimation of Radiological Burdens on Population Caused by Radiation Accidents Proc. of Int. Conf. MATHMOD_2015, Wien, 17-20 Feb. 2015.
  Validation of deterministic kernel of the environmental code HARP and its applications in the field of radiological consequence assessment. Research report UTIA no. 2335, Nov. 2013 (in the Czech language)
  Comparison results of the of the deterministics components of the HARP system Technical documentation of the comparison benchmarks for introduction of Gd-2M fuel (in the Czech), Prague,2011)
  HARP system: landuse and rain tests Srovnani PRIMO x SGPM - primocary x staceni SGPM(in the Czech), Prague,2009)
  Comparison results of primocary of the HARP system with COSYMA Technical documentation of the comparison benchmerks (in the Czech), Prague,2011)
  Periodic process of comparison HARP system x RODOS, COSYMA Technical documentation of the comparison benchmarks (with RODOS, COSYMA, ...) (in the Czech), Prague,2011)
  Application of the COSMYA Code for Comparative Analysis of a Certain Accidental Releases of Radioactivity (4-th Int. MACCS UG Meeting, Monaco, 2002)

Certification for utilisation of the products in the fields of nuclear safety
   Implementace Vyhlasky 422-2016 do kodu HAVAR-DET. Document for Evaluating Board No. 6 of the State Office for Nuclear Safety, June 2019.
  Authorization of the HAVAR-DET system for nuclear safety assessment. Statement of the Evaluating Board No. 6 of the State Office for Nuclear Safety.
  Prolongation of validity of the HAVAR-DET system for nuclear safety assessment. Statement of the Evaluating Board No. 6 of the State Office for Nuclear Safety.
  Authorization of the ASIM-HARP program product for nuclear safety assessment. Statement of the Evaluating Board No. 6 of the State Office for Nuclear Safety.