# Peak Retention Time Using Discrete Fourier Transform

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Consider a noise-free signal (e.g. a chromatogram of two chemical species), for instance, the sum of two Gaussian functions. This signal is given by , where the user can set the values of parameters , , , and . These two Gaussian functions can show partial or even complete overlap.

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Contributed by: Housam Binous, Ahmed Bellagi, and Brian G. Higgins (September 2015)

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