## Physical principles and techniques of protein chemistry, Volume 3 |

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Wi weight assigned to Si1 S sum of weighted squares of deviations a weighted

standard deviation R ratio of a values for two optimizations #?,»,<« quantity used

to test significance Pi

Wi weight assigned to Si1 S sum of weighted squares of deviations a weighted

standard deviation R ratio of a values for two optimizations #?,»,<« quantity used

to test significance Pi

**parameter**of model function to number of**parameters**APi ...Page 305

where each A term contains

contains additional

model function is assumed, however, in the following analysis. The condition that

...

where each A term contains

**parameters**representing a component band and Bcontains additional

**parameters**representing a baseline. No special form for themodel function is assumed, however, in the following analysis. The condition that

...

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

function F is not linearly dependent on the

calculated from ...

They require the arrays [cki] and [dk] 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

**parameters**and the value of F{calculated from ...

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