1. NAME AND TITLE
DOMUS: A Program for Decomposing A Two-Dimensional Spectrum
Joint Institute of Nuclear Research, Dubna, USSR, through NEA Data Bank, France.
3. CODING LANGUAGE AND COMPUTER
Fortran 77; IBM PC/XT; IBM PC/AT.
4. NATURE OF PROBLEM SOLVED
DOMUS was written for the purpose of decomposing a two-dimensional spectrum into its components. DOMUS is a two-dimensional version of UPEAK (PSR-300).
5. METHOD OF SOLUTION
The spectrum of nuclear reactions may be formally considered as a linear combination: s(x,y) = SUM((fi(x,y),i=1,n) + b(x,y) + e(x,y); where fi(x,y) is the i-th component of interest, b(x,y) is the background and e(x,y) is the statistical error with zero-valued mean and variance d(x,y); s(x,y) is the spectrum in two dimensions. Each measured component is regarded as a result of a transformation of its model m(x,y). The background is described by a second order surface. The method of least squares is used to determine the parameters in the equation.
6. RESTRICTIONS OR LIMITATIONS
A maximum of 12 peaks in the spectrum interval can be used.
7. TYPICAL RUNNING TIME
At the NEA Data Bank, the sample problem took about 5 minutes on an IBM PC/AT with a math co-processor.
8. COMPUTER HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS
IBM PC and compatibles with math co-processor.
9. COMPUTER SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
The code was written in Fortran 77 and uses RM Fortran Version 2.42 or higher compiler. The PLINK86 overlay linker is also necessary.
``The Long Write Up of the Program FIND2+DOMUS,'' informal notes by V. B. Zlokazov, JINR, Dubna, USSR.
11. CONTENTS OF CODE PACKAGE
Included are the referenced document and one DS/HD (1.2 MB) 5.25 inch diskette.
12. DATE OF ABSTRACT
KEYWORDS: GAMMA-RAY SPECTRUM ANALYSIS; INTERACTIVE, ON-LINE; MICROCOMPUTER