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Topic: Bayesian peak separation
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Michel SIMON

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Bayesian peak separation
Posted: Dec 6, 1996 6:14 AM
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Let us consider the problemm of separating two
imbricated peaks (A and B) in a spectrum without
any a priori knowledge
of the shape pprofile of the two given peaks.

I think that Bayesian and max entropy methods are appropriate ;
but I have no idea the way to carry them out.
I think one has to consider, for a given
abscissa that (supposing for simplicity the ordinates are integer
ranging 1 --> 256)

Probability (A=1) and Probability (B=255)
Probability (A=2) and Probability (B=254) and so on ...

And let us not care to the fact that computations
are very heavy.


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