CONTIN
Applications:
 Inversion of data represented by linear algebraic or integral
equations, such as general analysis of multiexponential decay (Laplace
inversion) or estimating secondary structure from
circular dichroism;
 Most aspects of the problem can be easily modified in small
useroriented modules; too many applications to list here have been
implemented by users;
 Running in hundreds of laboratories with a wide variety of computers.
The methods are described in:
 S.W. Provencher: Inverse problems in polymer characterization: Direct
analysis of polydispersity with photon correlation spectroscopy. Makromol.
Chem. 180, 201 (1979).
 S.W. Provencher: A constrained regularization method for inverting
data represented by linear algebraic or integral equations. Comput. Phys.
Commun. 27, 213 (1982).
 S.W. Provencher: CONTIN: A general purpose constrained regularization
program for inverting noisy linear algebraic and integral equations.
Comput. Phys. Commun. 27, 229 (1982).
Download by clicking on the 7 files below and saving them from your
browser.
README.txt
(1.3KB):
Short guide for the installation and test run; print this first;

continmanual1.pdf
(4292 kB);

continmanual2.pdf
(1960 kB);

cpc1.pdf
(1009 kB);

cpc2.pdf
(640 kB);

contin.for
( 83KB):
(zipped with gzip
) Fortran source code
(not needed if you can use one of the two
executables listed below);

contin.in
(754 B):
Test data.
You need a Fortran compiler, except that the following executable
(gzip'd) may work on
your Linux system: continlinux
(110KB),
or the following executable may work on your MS Windows system:
continwindows.exe
(632KB).
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