3. DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM OR FUNCTION
Unfolding or deconvolution of the solution of Fredholm integral equations of the first kind is required in the interpretation of several physical measurements. Examples of such include neutron spectroscopy with activation detectors, moderating spheres or proton recoil measurements, and numerous others of analogous nature. The mathematical problem typically does not have a unique solution and in consequence prior knowledge of the solutions must be used by regularization or other methods to obtain physically meaningful solutions.
LOUHI82 contains response functions identified as follows:
Au197G, Au97Gc, Au97N2, Sc45Ng, Sc45Gc, U238Ng, U238Gc, U238Nf, U235Nf, U235Fc, Np237F, Co59Ng, Co59Gc, Fe58Ng, Fe58Gc, Fe54Np, Ti46Np, Ti48Np, Ni60Np, Ni58Np, DAMAGE.