## Neutron Scattering Data Analysis 1990: Invited and Contributed Papers from the Conference on Neutron Scattering Data Analysis Held at The Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton, 14-16 March 1990 |

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We can summarise this inference with a conditional probability distribution; for

the case of a neutron scattering experiment, for example, this would be prob[

the ...

We can summarise this inference with a conditional probability distribution; for

the case of a neutron scattering experiment, for example, this would be prob[

**Scattering law**/ Data, Experimental setup], where "/" means "given". The largerthe ...

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In neutron scattering we may say that we wish to know the

sample, but how is the

that

In neutron scattering we may say that we wish to know the

**scattering law**of oursample, but how is the

**scattering law**to be described? If we know (or assume)that

**scattering law**consists of a single Lorentzian, for example, then we have a ...Page 53

The cigcnfunctions define the natural hypothesis space for our problem because

they represent the properties of the

independently of each other. If we write the

of ...

The cigcnfunctions define the natural hypothesis space for our problem because

they represent the properties of the

**scattering law**which can be estimatedindependently of each other. If we write the

**scattering law**as a linear combinationof ...

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