Monte-Carlo Methods for Simulating Luminescence Phenomena

A collection of functions to simulate luminescence production in dosimetric materials using Monte Carlo methods. Implemented are models for delocalised transitions (e.g., Chen and McKeever (1997) ), localised transitions (e.g., Pagonis et al. (2019) ) and tunnelling transitions (Jain et al. (2012) and Pagonis et al. (2019) ). Supported stimulation methods are thermal luminescence (TL), continuous-wave optically stimulated luminescence (CW-OSL), linearly-modulated optically stimulated luminescence (LM-OSL), linearly-modulated infrared stimulated luminescence (LM-IRSL), and isothermal luminescence (ITL or ISO-TL).


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0.1.7 by Sebastian Kreutzer, 10 months ago

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Authors: Johannes Friedrich [aut, trl] , Sebastian Kreutzer [aut, trl, cre] , Vasilis Pagonis [aut] , Christoph Schmidt [aut] , Christian Laag [ctb] , Ena Rajovic [ctb] , Alex Roy Duncan [ctb]

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Imports abind, doParallel, foreach, khroma, methods, parallel, Rcpp, scatterplot3d, stats

Depends on utils, magrittr

Suggests spelling, R.rsp, testthat

Linking to Rcpp, RcppArmadillo

See at CRAN