The sum of chi-squared values

For the single residue models of $ \mathfrak{F}_i$ and $ \mathfrak{T}_i$ the chi-squared value χ2i which is optimised is simply Equation (15.13) on page [*] in which the relaxation data is that of residue i. However for the global models $ \mathfrak{D}$ and $ \mathfrak{S}$ in which all selected residues are involved the optimised chi-squared value is the sum of those for each residue,

χ2 = $\displaystyle \sum^{l}_{{i=1}}$χ2i, (15.8)

where i is the residue index and l is the total number of residues used in the analysis. This is equivalent to Equation (15.13) when the index i ranges over the relaxation data of all selected residues.

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