Abstract

The techniques described in previous articles of this series for determining spectral positions in the infrared have been found to be especially suitable for computer programs. The present article describes a procedure which allows rapid processing of observational data obtained with a high-resolution infrared spectrograph.

© 1965 Optical Society of America

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