A “Peak” at the Algorithm Behind “Peaklet Analysis” Software
In response to a problem posed by faculty at the Applied Physics Institute at Western Kentucky University, the speaker has developed an algorithm for providing an automated analysis of spectrum data for the purpose of determining the elemental composition of the item generating the data. A full, non-provisional patent application has been filed on the idea, and a full marketing campaign has started to license software implementing the algorithm. This presentation will give a brief explanation of the mathematics in use in the algorithm, and will give some examples of the software in action.
Applied Mathematics | Mathematics
Recommended Repository Citation
Kessler, Bruce. (2011). A “Peak” at the Algorithm Behind “Peaklet Analysis” Software. Kentucky Mathematical Association of America.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wku.edu/math_fac_pub/38