HyperLab: A new concept in gamma-ray spectrum analysis View Full Text


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DATE

2003-09

AUTHORS

A. Simonits, J. Östör, S. Kálvin, B. Fazekas

ABSTRACT

HyperLab is a new Ge gamma-ray analysis code for MS Windows, developed using object-oriented design. The novel feature of the program is the extensive use of relational database technology, which allows the efficient storage and handling of any digital data encountered in gamma-ray spectroscopy. While preserving the main concept of the predecessors (HYPERMET and its derivatives) for semi-automatic analysis of multichannel pulse-height spectra, the substantially reshaped basic routines vastly improved the stability and reliability of peak fitting. New features include the fitting of peaks with high energy tail, as well as library-directed ‘Graphical Isotope Identification’. Procedures for efficiency, nonlinearity, etc. calibrations are now highly automated. By exploiting all the benefits of MS Windows technology (point-and-click simplicity in task executions, intelligent mouse pointer, etc.) HyperLab is a versatile and user-friendly tool which the discriminating spectroscopist will find of great value. More... »

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589-595

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  • 1997-01. Introducing HYPERMET-PC for automatic analysis of complex gamma-ray spectra in JOURNAL OF RADIOANALYTICAL AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY
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