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

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W, weight assigned to 3,” S sum of weighted squares of deviations or weighted

standard deviation R ratio of a values for two optimizations Reza quantity used to

test significance P;

W, weight assigned to 3,” S sum of weighted squares of deviations or weighted

standard deviation R ratio of a values for two optimizations Reza quantity used to

test significance P;

**parameter**of model function 7n number of**parameters**AP; ...Page 305

The difference, or deviation, between F; and Y, will be denoted by 8; and the least

-squares criterion seeks to choose values P1,. . . , Pin for the

model function which minimize the weighted sum of squares n rt S = ...

The difference, or deviation, between F; and Y, will be denoted by 8; and the least

-squares criterion seeks to choose values P1,. . . , Pin for the

**parameters**of themodel function which minimize the weighted sum of squares n rt S = ...

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They require the arrays [ckj] and [do] as input and return the required array of

function F is not linearly dependent on the

They require the arrays [ckj] and [do] as input and return the required array of

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

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