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Brent Kirkwood

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11-11-1999 10:05 AM

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where the peaks (maxima) occur in this function. Is there a LabVIEW vi

that will do this for me?

The way I was thinking of doing it, which sounds like a lot of wasted

computational time, is to basically calculate a certain number of y

values for this function (say 100, 1000, 1000... the higher the number,

the greater the precision of my answer), and find the maximum in that

series of y values. I could maybe do a rough pass with only 100 points

precision, then zoom in on a certain region and do a much higher

precision check (if this will help my function run faster)...

Is this a decent way, or have I missed a VI that will find these peaks for me?

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Brent Kirkwood

fever@yuck.net

Christian Altenbach

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11-11-1999 11:55 AM

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In earlier LV versions, these functions were part of the g-math tool kit,

but they are now "incorporated".

Invert your function, then use "find all minima 1D.vi" (IN:

mathematics...optimization).

Look at the example: "Integration, Differentiation, Roots, Maxima, and

Minima for an Equation"

(found in: help...search examples...mathematic...general math..)

HTH

Chrisitan

Brent Kirkwood

news:bPBW3.4546$rK2.356317@ptah.visi.com...

> I have a function from a curve fit and I want to find the x locations of

> where the peaks (maxima) occur in this function. Is there a LabVIEW vi

> that will do this for me?

>