Thermoluminescence Glow Curve Deconvolution

Deconvolving thermoluminescence glow curves according to various kinetic models (first-order, second-order, general-order, and mixed-order) using a modified Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm (More, 1978) . It provides the possibility of setting constraints or fixing any of parameters. It offers an interactive way to initialize parameters by clicking with a mouse on a plot at positions where peak maxima should be located. The optimal estimate is obtained by "trial-and-error". It also provides routines for simulating first-order, second-order, and general-order glow peaks.


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2.5 by Jun Peng, a year ago

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Authors: Jun Peng [aut, cre] , John Burkardt [ctb] , Jorge More [ctb] , Burton Garbow [ctb] , Kenneth Hillstrom [ctb] , Linda R. Petzold [ctb] , Alan C. Hindmarsh [ctb] , R. Woodrow Setzer [ctb] , Andrew Horchler [ctb] , William Cody [ctb] , Cleve Moler [ctb] , Jack Dongarra [ctb]

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