Correlation order selection function - keeps only the specified orders of spin correlation in the state vector. This is useful as a replacement for gradients and phase cycles because correlation order filtering can be accomplished analytically, by just picking out the required correlation orders and zeroing everything else.
rho - a state vector or a horizontal stack thereof orders - a row vector of correlation orders to keep spins - which spins to consider (e.g. '1H', '13C', 'all')
rho - the state vector with the undesired orders of spin correlations zeroed out
Because quantum number information is required for this function to work, it is restricted to sphten-liouv formalism. It supports Fokker-Planck direct products.
coherence.m, decouple.m, homospoil.m
Version 2.2, authors: Ilya Kuprov, Luke Edwards