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Topic: Fitting complex functions
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Gerhard Heinzel

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Fitting complex functions
Posted: Dec 5, 1996 4:59 AM
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I need to fit a complex function of a real variable to complex measured
data. All algorithms I found so far assume real-valued data. Of course I
could define an SSQ or chi^2 as usual and applay a general minimization
algorithm, as e.g. Nelder-Mead Simplex. Buit I wonder if there are
specialized, more efficient algorithms or even implementations of e.g.
Levenberg-Marquardt?

I would be grateful for any hints,


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