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In the computational procedure, we first have to decide the appropriate function that expresses the shape of the single peak. 19) where I is the integrated intensity of the peak, T the peak position, W the fullwidth at half-maximum (FWHM) of a peak, ηlow and ηhigh denote the ratio of the Lorentzian component at the lower and higher side of the peak, respectively, and A is another asymmetry parameter. Pattern fitting is essentially the process minimizing the sum of the squared residuals and the difference between the observed intensity at each position y(n)obs and the calculated value y(n)calc using the above function.