Determining the probability of locating peaks using computerized peak-location methods in gamma-ray spectra as a function of the relative peak-area uncertainty

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Determining the probability of locating peaks using computerized peak-location methods in gamma-ray spectra as a function of the relative peak-area uncertainty. / Santoro, M.C. Ali; Anagnostakis, M.; Boshkova, T.; Camacho, A.; Fornaciair Iljadica, M.C.; Collins, S M; Diaz Perez, R.; Delgado, J.U.; Durasavic, M.; Amor Duch, Maria; Elvira, V.H.; Gomes, R.S.; Gudelis, Arunas; Gurau, Daniela; Hurtado, Santiago; Idoeta, R.; Jevremovic, A.; Kandić, A.; Verheyen, Leen.

In: Applied Radiation and Isotopes, Vol. 155, 1089820, 01.2020, p. 1-6.

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Santoro, MCA, Anagnostakis, M, Boshkova, T, Camacho, A, Fornaciair Iljadica, MC, Collins, SM, Diaz Perez, R, Delgado, JU, Durasavic, M, Amor Duch, M, Elvira, VH, Gomes, RS, Gudelis, A, Gurau, D, Hurtado, S, Idoeta, R, Jevremovic, A, Kandić, A & Verheyen, L 2020, 'Determining the probability of locating peaks using computerized peak-location methods in gamma-ray spectra as a function of the relative peak-area uncertainty', Applied Radiation and Isotopes, vol. 155, 1089820, pp. 1-6. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apradiso.2019.108920

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Santoro, M. C. A., Anagnostakis, M., Boshkova, T., Camacho, A., Fornaciair Iljadica, M. C., Collins, S. M., ... Verheyen, L. (2020). Determining the probability of locating peaks using computerized peak-location methods in gamma-ray spectra as a function of the relative peak-area uncertainty. Applied Radiation and Isotopes, 155, 1-6. [1089820]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apradiso.2019.108920

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Santoro MCA, Anagnostakis M, Boshkova T, Camacho A, Fornaciair Iljadica MC, Collins SM et al. Determining the probability of locating peaks using computerized peak-location methods in gamma-ray spectra as a function of the relative peak-area uncertainty. Applied Radiation and Isotopes. 2020 Jan;155:1-6. 1089820. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apradiso.2019.108920

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Santoro, M.C. Ali ; Anagnostakis, M. ; Boshkova, T. ; Camacho, A. ; Fornaciair Iljadica, M.C. ; Collins, S M ; Diaz Perez, R. ; Delgado, J.U. ; Durasavic, M. ; Amor Duch, Maria ; Elvira, V.H. ; Gomes, R.S. ; Gudelis, Arunas ; Gurau, Daniela ; Hurtado, Santiago ; Idoeta, R. ; Jevremovic, A. ; Kandić, A. ; Verheyen, Leen. / Determining the probability of locating peaks using computerized peak-location methods in gamma-ray spectra as a function of the relative peak-area uncertainty. In: Applied Radiation and Isotopes. 2020 ; Vol. 155. pp. 1-6.

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abstract = "The probabilities of locating peaks with a high relative peak-area uncertainty were determined empirically with nine types of peak-location software used in laboratories engaged in gamma-ray spectrometry measurements. It was found that it is not possible to locate peaks with a probability of 0.95, when they have a relative peak-area uncertainty in excess of 50{\%}. Locating peaks at these relatively high peak-area uncertainties with a probability greater than 0.95 is only possible in the library-driven mode, where the peak positions are supposed a-priori. Thedeficiencies of the library-driven mode and the possibilities to improve the probabilities of locating peaks are briefly discussed.",
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