Abbreviations

AIC:
Akaike's Information Criteria (model selection method)
AICc:
small sample size corrected AIC (model selection method)
API:
application programming interface
ANOVA:
analysis of variance (field of statistics)
BC:
back calculation
BIC:
Bayesian Information Criteria (model selection method)
BFGS:
Broyden-Fletcher-Goldfarb-Shanno (optimisation method)
C(τ):
correlation function
χ2:
chi-squared function
CG:
conjugate gradient (optimisation)
CPMG:
the Carr-Purcell-Meiboom-Gill pulse sequence
CR72:
the Carver and Richards (1972) relaxation dispersion model
CSA:
chemical shift anisotropy
CV:
cross validation
CVS:
Concurrent Versions System (open source version control system)
$ \mathfrak{D}$:
the set of diffusion tensor parameters
$ \mathfrak{D}_{\scriptscriptstyle \parallel }$:
the eigenvalue of the spheroid diffusion tensor corresponding to the unique axis of the tensor
$ \mathfrak{D}_{\scriptscriptstyle \perp}$:
the eigenvalue of the spheroid diffusion tensor corresponding to the two axes perpendicular to the unique axis
$ \mathfrak{D}_a$:
the anisotropic component of the Brownian rotational diffusion tensor
$ \mathfrak{D}_{iso}$:
the isotropic component of the Brownian rotational diffusion tensor
$ \mathfrak{D}_r$:
the rhombic component of the Brownian rotational diffusion tensor
$ \mathfrak{D}_{ratio}$:
the ratio of $ \mathfrak{D}_{\scriptscriptstyle \parallel }$ to $ \mathfrak{D}_{\scriptscriptstyle \perp}$
$ \mathfrak{D}_x$:
the eigenvalue of the Brownian rotational diffusion tensor in which the corresponding eigenvector defines the x-axis of the tensor
$ \mathfrak{D}_y$:
the eigenvalue of the Brownian rotational diffusion tensor in which the corresponding eigenvector defines the y-axis of the tensor
$ \mathfrak{D}_z$:
the eigenvalue of the Brownian rotational diffusion tensor in which the corresponding eigenvector defines the z-axis of the tensor
DPL94:
the Davis et al. (1994) relaxation dispersion model
DQ:
double quantum
εi:
elimination value
FSF:
Free Software Foundation
GNU:
GNU's Not Unix!
GPG:
GNU Privacy Guard (software)
GPL:
GNU general public licence
GUI:
graphical user interface
ID string:
identification string
IT99:
the Ishima and Torchia (1999) relaxation dispersion model
J(ω):
spectral density function
LM63:
the Luz and Meiboom (1963) relaxation dispersion model
M61:
the Meiboom (1961) relaxation dispersion model
MC:
Monte Carlo (simulations)
MD:
molecular dynamics (simulations)
MMQ:
proton-heteronuclear SQ, ZQ, DQ, and MQ data (multi-multiple quantum)
MP05:
the Miloushev and Palmer (2005) relaxation dispersion model
MPI:
message passing interface
MQ:
multiple quantum
NMR:
if you do not know this one, do not read further
NNTP:
network news transfer protocol
NOE:
nuclear Overhauser effect
NS:
numeric solution
ORD:
optical rotatory dispersion
OS:
operating system
PCS:
pseudocontact shift
PDB:
Protein Data Bank
pdf:
probability distribution function
PRE:
paramagnetic relaxation enhancement
r:
bond length
R1:
spin-lattice relaxation rate
R2:
spin-spin relaxation rate
Rex:
chemical exchange relaxation rate
RDC:
residual dipolar coupling
RMSD:
root-mean-square deviation
ROE:
rotating-frame Overhauser effect
RSDM:
reduced spectral density mapping
RSS:
rich site summary (web feed format)
S2, S2f, and S2s:
model-free generalised order parameters
SVN:
Apache Subversion (open source version control system)
τe, τf, and τs:
model-free effective internal correlation times
τm:
global rotational correlation time
TP02:
the Trott and Palmer (2002) relaxation dispersion model
TAP03:
the Trott et al. (2003) relaxation dispersion model
TSMFK01:
the Tollinger et al. (2001) relaxation dispersion model
UI:
user interface
XML:
extensible markup language
ZQ:
zero quantum

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The relax user manual (PDF), created 2016-10-28.