Deconvolution of gas chromatographic data
Samuel Howard, Grayson H. Rayborn, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office, Langley Research Center, University of Southern Mississippi
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1980 - Technology & Engineering - 72 pages
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0ATA 2p cg 2p Cn 2p f 2p+a accurate addition theorem amount of material areas artificial function Compared to Straightforward complex coefficients complex Fourier series computer program concept of function Continuation for Run continuous Fourier transform convolution theorem data of Run data points data window decon deconvolution with function deconvolved function deconvolved peaks deconvolved result determine discrete Fourier transform distributions endpoints Equation exp(-niira/p exp(-niirt/p)dt factor fast Fourier transform FFPEAK Figure flame ionization detector FORTRAN frequency domain frequency spectrum function continuation GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC DATA gaussian give graph INPJT INPUT statement integral interval inverse transform isolated peak linear material present methods narrowness noise number of coefficients OATA original function output peak shapes peaks in Run point of cutoff problem ratio Rectangle function resolved peaks sample Samuel Howard shift theorem shift-invariant sidelobes skewness smeared smooth STOP END straightforward deconvolution t-axis TESTFUN tic marks transformed back zero