Analysis of NMR Data Using Time Domain Fitting Procedures

@inproceedings{Beer1992AnalysisON,
  title={Analysis of NMR Data Using Time Domain Fitting Procedures},
  author={R. de Beer and Dirk van Ormondt},
  year={1992}
}
The beginning of this chapter sets out our main objective and how we intend to achieve it. As the title indicates, the content is concerned with parameter estimation in the time domain. Literally this is correct, but the term Time Domain is to be interpreted as Measurement Domain. Since in-vivo NMR measurements take place in the time domain, these two terms imply the same thing in practice. However, the intended interpretation should be kept in mind. 

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