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

⋅ , | (11.93) |

for the
*Φ*_{ex} and
*Δω* parameters as

⋅ , | (11.94) |

for the population parameters as

⋅ , | (11.95) |

and for the exchange rate and time parameters as

⋅ . | (11.96) |

Through the isolation of each individual element, the constraints can be seen to be equivalent to

Note that the
*Δω* and
*Δω*^{H} 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
R_{1ρ} 3-site linear' and `NS
R_{1ρ} 3-site' models.
And that the
*p*_{A} 0.85 constraint is used instead of the
*p*_{A} 0.5 constraint for all models which require
*p*_{A} *p*_{B}.
When not using the auto-analysis, constraints can be modified or turned off.

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