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Zinth, Wolfgang (1981): Influence of Fluctuating Pulse Durations on the Time Resolution of Probing Experiments. In: Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics, No. 26: pp. 213-216
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Abstract

Fluctuating pulse durations considerably influence the time resolution of probing experiments. The commonly used arithmetic averaging the experimental data changes the shape of the signal curves and gives longer decay times in the wings. Methods are presented to reduce the effect of fluctuating pulse durations.