Introduction to Crystallographic Statistics by Uri Shmueli

Introduction to Crystallographic Statistics

byUri Shmueli, George H. Weiss

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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Modern structural applications of crystallography make extensive use of statistical methods, in particular the probability density function (pdf) of the magnitude of the structure factor. Similarly, direct methods of phase determination have been responsible for much of the success ofcrystallography - methods based on properties of joint pdfs. This monograph, from two authorities in the field of structure factor statics, presents a survey of techniques and theories in this field of research in a self-contained and consistent way, with an emphasis on the probabilistic principlesinvolved.

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Uri Shmueli is at Tel Aviv University. George H. Weiss is at Division of Computer Research and Technology National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Title:Introduction to Crystallographic StatisticsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:182 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.63 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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1. Introductory material2. Some elementary pdfs3. Ideal distributions4. Higher order approximations5. Fourier representations of pdfs6. Fourier representations of pdfs in direct methods of phase determinationIndex

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This monograph, from two authorities in the field of structure factor statistics, presents a survey of techniques and theories in this field of research in a self-contained and consistent way, with an emphasis on the probabilistic principles involved.

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`The text is written in a uniform style where words and diagrams have been carefully chosen and are used sparingly to great effect. The ideas involved are clearly exposed without an excess of detail obscuring the underlying principles ... most valuable to read ... I thoroughly recommend itsstudy.'H.D. Flack, Laboratoire de Cristallograophie, Geneva, Switzerland, Acta Crystallographica