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Computer-Aided Visual Spectrum Analysis

Volume 26, Number 3 (June 1972) Page 384-389

Davis, A.R.; Irish, D.E.; Roden, R.B.; Weerheim, A.J.

A computer, operating in conversational mode, is being used for the analysis of overlapping Raman and infrared lines. Details of the procedure and the program are given. The fitting procedure is optical; operator intervention changes the parameters and thereby modifies the fit between synthesized curve and experimental curve. The goodness-of-fit is given by a difference measurement.