## Physical Principles and Techniques of Protein ChemistryPhysical Principles and Techniques of Protein Chemistry Part C ... |

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Frequently , the

arises of finding the set of

observed data . To take a simple example , suppose that incompletely resolved

bands are ...

Frequently , the

**parameters**are those of a theoretical model and the problemarises of finding the set of

**parameter**values which gives the best fit to theobserved data . To take a simple example , suppose that incompletely resolved

bands are ...

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B. THE GAUSS - NEWTON METHOD The most generally useful way of finding

the set of

the fact that it is often possible to estimate approximate values for the

.

B. THE GAUSS - NEWTON METHOD The most generally useful way of finding

the set of

**parameter**values which ... 1968 ; Hamilton , 1964 ) and depends uponthe fact that it is often possible to estimate approximate values for the

**parameters**.

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They require the arrays ( cki ] and [ dk ] as input and return the required array of

model function F is not linearly dependent on the

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They require the arrays ( cki ] and [ dk ] as input and return the required array of

**parameter**adjustments ( AP ; ] . C. ITERATIVE REFINEMENT In general , themodel function F is not linearly dependent on the

**parameters**and the value of Fi...

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