Re: signal detector question
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- Subject: [mg39687] Re: signal detector question
- From: peter weijnitz <pewei at algonet.se>
- Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2003 22:04:59 -0500 (EST)
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The book "Excited lifetime measurment " by Demas treats the problem of
pileup and gives some analytical expressions.
It is a very readable book in the area of data reduction.
some references in the book goes deeper into detail.
I could look them up if this is something for you, if you mail me directly.
The Leddons wrote:
> Does anyone know of an example of pulse pile up and how it is detected
> in a data set? This is when two photons or particles hit a detector at
> the same time and get counted as one particle/or photon. Is there a way
> to uncover this problem in a residuals analysis of the data distribution
> for example? Would appreciate an example notebook.
> Thanks if you guys can help.
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