Package org.jscience.physics.nuclear.kinematics.math.analysis

Codes and code libraries for analyzing kinematics and particle-ID for nuclear physics experiments.

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Class Summary
ArrayCalibration This class is a database class for containing all the calibration info for the YLSA array.
CMangleDetermination A simple code for finding out what the CM angles for various YLSA strips would be for a given branching ratio experiment.
DatFile DOCUMENT ME!
DecayKineticDetermination DOCUMENT ME!
GaussianFilter DOCUMENT ME!
GaussianFit This abstract class uses NonLinearFit to fit a single gaussian peak with a background..
GJENice DOCUMENT ME!
LevenbergMarquadt This uses the Levenberg-Marquadt prescription for finding the local minimum of chi-squared given seed parameter values for the function to fit.
Multiplet DOCUMENT ME!
NonLinearFit This abstract class uses LevenbergMarquadt to do non-linear parametric function fitting.
OrnlAstroIonCounter  
Parameter Parameters used to fit.
Peak This class represents a gaussian peak, in terms of it's properties.
PeakFinder DOCUMENT ME!
PIDtelescope DOCUMENT ME!
Sn124dp  
TextOutputter Gives a framework for subclasses to use System.out to creat their output
 

Exception Summary
FitException Exception that is throw if there is a fit exception that can be handled inside fit
SpecNotAvailableException Exception that is throw if there is a fit exception that can be handled inside fit
 

Package org.jscience.physics.nuclear.kinematics.math.analysis Description

Codes and code libraries for analyzing kinematics and particle-ID for nuclear physics experiments.

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