Deconvolution Versus Derivative Spectroscopy

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The set of functions that can be deconvoluted is extended. An explicit form of the deconvolution operator is obtained by generalization of the operator of even derivation. The advantages of the deconvolution to derivation, when the former is used for resolution enhancement, are given analytically.

Keywords: Deconvolution spectroscopy; Resolution enhancement

Document Type: Research Article


Affiliations: 1: Applied Mineralogy Institute, Moskovska Str. 6, BG-1000 Sofia, Bulgaria 2: Friedrich-Schiller University, Physics Department, Max-Wien Platz 1, DDR-6900 Jena, German Democratic Republic 3: Sofia University, Faculty of Physics, Department of Quantum Electronics, Anton Ivanov Blvd. 5, BG-1126 Sofia, Bulgaria

Publication date: January 1, 1989

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