Automatic detection of too large bin sizes
|Status:||Archived||Start date:||27 Nov 2012|
|Target version:||Sprint 8|
When the bin size (in reciprocal space) is too large to faithfully represent the rapid oscillations of the form factor (caused by form factors of large particles/assemblies with respect to the inverse q-resolution), the form factor should instead calculate an integrated amplitude which gives rise to the same total intensity.
If no analytic formula is available for this integral, the integral can be calculated numerically. This numerical integration however benefits considerably if the integrand is approximated by a function that does not oscillate rapidly.