## Physical Principles and Techniques of Protein Chemistry, Part 3 |

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The sum

Gaussian shape , fixing f = 0 gives a Cauchy shape , and using f as an

independent parameter optimizes the shape of the tail ( Fig . 4 ) . 4. A Further

Four - Parameter ...

The sum

**function**in Eq . ( 40 ) is extremely versatile as fixing f = 1 gives aGaussian shape , fixing f = 0 gives a Cauchy shape , and using f as an

independent parameter optimizes the shape of the tail ( Fig . 4 ) . 4. A Further

Four - Parameter ...

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AX 1/2 B. DIGITAL STANDARD SHAPE

of F cannot be predicted from ... empirical model using analytical

not successful , the method whereby a digital standard shape

can ...

AX 1/2 B. DIGITAL STANDARD SHAPE

**FUNCTIONS**In cases in which the formof F cannot be predicted from ... empirical model using analytical

**functions**arenot successful , the method whereby a digital standard shape

**function**is fittedcan ...

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... L3M - 1 OF THE PARAMETERS MAY BE CONSTRAINED TO RETAIN

PRESELECTED VALUES . IN THIS VERSION EACH Y ( I ) IS ASSOCIATED

WITH A SECOND VARIABLE X ( L ) AND FIS A

PARAMETERS .

... L3M - 1 OF THE PARAMETERS MAY BE CONSTRAINED TO RETAIN

PRESELECTED VALUES . IN THIS VERSION EACH Y ( I ) IS ASSOCIATED

WITH A SECOND VARIABLE X ( L ) AND FIS A

**FUNCTION**OF X AND THEPARAMETERS .

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