To understand this section, please see Section 14.5 on page . For a dispersion analysis, linear constraints are the most useful type of constraint.
For most models, the linear constraints in the notation of (14.18) for the relaxation rates are
for the Φex and Δω parameters as
for the population parameters as
and for the exchange rate and time parameters as
Through the isolation of each individual element, the constraints can be seen to be equivalent to
Note that the Δω and ΔωH constraints are not used for any of the MMQ-type models as sign differentiation is possible. These constraints are also turned off for the `NS R1ρ 3-site linear' and `NS R1ρ 3-site' models. And that the pA 0.85 constraint is used instead of the pA 0.5 constraint for all models which require pA pB. When not using the auto-analysis, constraints can be modified or turned off.
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