Contents
1. System architecture overview
1.1. Benefits of database usage
1.2. Database topologies for Main Module
1.2.1. Local database
1.2.2. Local and remote databases
1.2.3. Remote database
2. HyperLab Main Module
2.1. Main Module window
2.2. Record editor pages
2.3. Special property editors
2.3.1. Source properties editor window
3. FWHM calibration
3.1. FWHM calibration concept in HyperLab
4. FWHM calibration editor
4.1. Basic FWHM editing operations
4.2. Example: correcting an improper FWHM calibration
4.3. Advanced FWHM editing
5. Energy calibration
5.1. Linear and nonlinear calibration
5.2. The energy calibration concept in HyperLab
5.3. Energy calibration editor
5.3.1. Linear and nonlinear data tab
5.3.2. Calibration chart tab
5.3.3. Advanced tab of energy calibration window
6. System nonlinearity analysis
6.1. Algorithm of nonlinearity determination
6.1.1. Nonlinearity intersection points
6.2. Measurements required for nonlinearity determination
6.3. Steps of nonlinearity determination
6.4. Designating a proper nonlinearity curve as a default
6.5. Common problems during nonlinearity determination
7. Detector efficiency analysis
7.1. Algorithm of efficiency determination
7.2. Measurements required for the efficiency analysis
7.3. Steps of efficiency determination
7.4. Designating a proper efficiency curve as a default
7.5. Common problems during efficiency determination
7.6. Using efficiency curve in third party applications
8. Spectrum peak evaluator
8.1. Control flow of the deconvolution
8.2. Model functions of peak fitting
8.2.1. Gaussian peak function
8.2.2. Left skew peak function
8.2.3. Right skew peak function
8.2.4. Polynomial background function
8.2.5. Step background function
8.2.6. Tail background function
8.3. Starting the spectrum peak evaluator
8.3.1. Creating a new evaluation
8.3.2. Loading a previously created peak evaluation
8.3.3. Automatically loaded entries
8.4. Basic parts of the evaluator window
8.4.1. Elements of the spectrum window
8.4.2. Elements of the residual window
8.4.3. Elements of the fit detail panel
8.4.4. Elements of the peak list panel
8.4.5. Elements of the fit fine tuning toolbar
8.4.6. Elements of the navigating toolbar
8.5. Performing spectrum deconvolution
8.5.1. Performing automatic peak fit
8.5.2. Manual fit refinements
8.5.3. Refinement: merging of improperly split regions
8.5.4. Refinement: splitting of improperly merged regions
8.5.5. Refinement: Missing peaks
8.5.6. Refinement: adjusting improper region bounds
8.5.7. Refinement: dropping unnecessary peak parameters
8.5.8. Refinement: manual modifying of the fit model
8.6. Peak evaluation algorithm settings window
8.6.1. Generic tab
8.6.2. Background tab
8.6.3. Peak width tab
8.6.4. Peak skewness tab
8.6.5. Advanced tab
8.7. Peak area and area uncertainty calculation
8.7.1. Uncertainty of fitted parameters
8.7.2. Uncertainty of Peak Area
8.7.3. Comparison with conventional Peak Area calculation method
9. Visual Nuclide Identification
9.1. Performing nuclide identification
9.2. Refining nuclide identification results
9.3. Common problems during nuclide identification
9.4. Algorithm of the nuclide identification
10. Batch spectrum evaluation
10.1. Database batch evaluator
10.1.1. Using of Database batch evaluator
10.2. Spectrum file batch evaluator
10.2.1. Using of Spectrum file batch evaluator
11. Advanced database manipulation
11.1. Database structure basics
11.2. Database diagrams
11.3. Nuclear data structure in HyperLab databases
11.4. Nuclear data library management
11.4.1. Editing radiation usage flags
11.5. Importing data into external applications
11.5.1. Importing peak lists
12. Database maintenance
12.1. Database creation
12.2. Database registration
12.3. Database backup
12.4. Restoring a database from backup
12.5. Configuring remote access
12.6. Database upgrade
12.7. Moving databases between computers
12.8. Detaching and attaching databases
12.9. Creating an ODBC data source
13. Importing sample spectra
13.1. Importing steps
 
Alphabetical index
A
Architecture
Attaching databases
B
Background,
polynomial
step
tail
C
Calibration,
FWHM
energy
Common peak width method
Configuring remote access
Creating databases
D
Database,
attaching
batch evaluator
benefits
creating
detaching
local
local and remote
management
moving
registration
remote
topology
upgrade
Detaching databases
Detector efficiency analysis
E
Editing, records
Efficiency analysis
Energy calibration
Energy calibration editor
F
FWHM (Full Width at Half Maximum)
FWHM calibration,
editor
Firewall
G
Gaussian
I
Importing sample spectra
Integrity
L
Left skew
M
MSDE
Model functions
Moving databases
N
Nonlinearity determination
Nuclear data library,
management
structure
P
Peak area,
calculation
calculation example
comparing calculation methods
uncertainty
Peak evaluation settings,
background components
background disabling
nonlinear fitting parameters
overview
peak insertion
peak search thresholds
peak skewness
peak width
region bounds
Peak fitting,
Chi-Squared
model functions
Polynomial background
R
Record editing
Record editor,
additional records
quick buttons
usage
Registering databases
Remote access, configuring
Right skew
S
SQL Server
Sample spectra, importing
Skew,
left
right
Spectrum peak evaluator
Step background
System nonlinearity analysis
T
TCP/IP
Tail background
U
Upgrading, databases
V
Variable peak width method
W
Width of peaks,
common
variable
 
 
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