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Wavelet analysis of the Morse oscillator using smaller data sets

Author
: Delmar Permann
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This worksheet demonstrates the use of Maple for calculating a wavelet analysis of the Morse oscillator motion in an anharmonic region, i.e close to dissociation of a single bond. This worksheet illustrates how Maple can now do calculations that were only in the realm of FORTRAN or C as little as a few years ago, such as in Permann. Further, this worksheet demonstrates how breaking the information into smaller subsets decreases the calculation time required dramtically, i.e. in this case by a factor of five, with some changes introduced into the analyized data.

Application Details

Publish Date: August 24, 2001
Created In: Maple V
Language: English

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chemistry

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