GENERAL FOURIER AND SUPERPOSITION FOURIER PROGRAMS (CDC 1604).
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The Fourier program is designed to compute electron density, or Patterson maps, or other similar Fourier functions using relatively small amounts of computing time. Maps can be computed in intervals of 240ths of the unit cell or larger, and the output is in two-character coded format, modular 1024. The superposition Fourier program is designed to superimpose Patterson Maps using BC tape images in a buffered fashion and output the resultant map in coded and BC formats. The average computation time is 3-5 minutes. Author