METHOD FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF BASIS SPECTRA OF MULTICOMPONENT SYSTEMS - THE ZERO CORRELATION-COEFFICIENT CRITERION
A new method is proposed for factoring the spectrum of a multicomponent system when the basis spectra of its components are unknown and the set of the weighting coefficients in the initial spectrum is incomplete. At the basis of this method is the postulate that there is no correlation between the basis spectra. A physically significant basis is constructed by linear algebra methods using this postulate. The components of the basis satisfy the zero linear correlation coefficient criterion. This method was successfully tested for two two-component systems, whose basis spectra are a priori not correlated.