[Question from NMRWiki Q&A forum] Software to create shaped pulse files from mathematical equation?
Software to create shaped pulse files from mathematical equation?
I would like to create working shaped pulse files in one step starting from mathematical expressions - one for amplitude, another for phase vs. time.
Does anyone know software that can do it?
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[NMR paper] Mathematical aspects of protein structure determination with NMR orientational restra
Mathematical aspects of protein structure determination with NMR orientational restraints.
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Bull Math Biol. 2004 Nov;66(6):1705-30
Authors: Quine JR, Cross TA, Chapman MS, Bertram R
The field of structural biology is becoming increasingly important as new technological developments facilitate the collection of data on the atomic structures of proteins and nucleic acids. The solid-state NMR method is a relatively new biophysical technique...

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[Question from NMRWiki Q&A forum] Correct mathematical formulas of the important window functions
Correct mathematical formulas of the important window functions
Hi,
regarding my C++/Qt NMR processing application (see http://qa.nmrwiki.org/question/149/problem-reading-and-transforming-vendor-data-using-cqt or http://cutenmr.sourceforge.net/) I have a question concerning the window functions.
I did research in the literature but could not find the "correct" mathematical formulas of the important window functions (exponential, gaussian, sine, sine squared, TRAF). For the gaussian function I found:
exp(-(t*LB)^2)

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