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Subject: How to fit with an infinite serie function ? From: Aurelie Chabaud Date: 9 Jul, 2010 10:00:21 Message: 1 of 9 
I would like to fit nonlinear data points I have collected from FRAP experiments. The function to be fitted is an infinite serie : 
Subject: How to fit with an infinite serie function ? From: John D'Errico Date: 9 Jul, 2010 11:24:04 Message: 2 of 9 
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Subject: How to fit with an infinite serie function ? From: Walter Roberson Date: 9 Jul, 2010 19:15:48 Message: 3 of 9 
John D'Errico wrote: 
Subject: How to fit with an infinite serie function ? From: Roger Stafford Date: 9 Jul, 2010 21:57:03 Message: 4 of 9 
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Subject: How to fit with an infinite serie function ? From: Roger Stafford Date: 10 Jul, 2010 00:45:06 Message: 5 of 9 
In my previous posting I should have said that Walter's generalized hypergeometric solution is analytic in the variable b and has an infinite radius of convergence in b, (though I believe it is also analytic in t as well.) It remains as an alternate method of evaluating the infinite series. Also it remains true that t must be kept away from tauD and tauD/2. 
Subject: How to fit with an infinite serie function ? From: Bruno Luong Date: 10 Jul, 2010 08:39:04 Message: 6 of 9 
I must miss something, the factorial(n) term in the denominator grow faster than any other terms (see Stirling approximation formula) so it looks like to me the series converges regardless the value of t or b. 
Subject: How to fit with an infinite serie function ? From: Roger Stafford Date: 10 Jul, 2010 16:54:05 Message: 7 of 9 
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Subject: How to fit with an infinite serie function ? From: Bruno Luong Date: 10 Jul, 2010 19:02:05 Message: 8 of 9 
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Subject: How to fit with an infinite serie function ? From: Roger Stafford Date: 11 Jul, 2010 07:32:04 Message: 9 of 9 
"Bruno Luong" <b.luong@fogale.findmycountry> wrote in message <i1ag3d$kuu$1@fred.mathworks.com>... 
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