The ability of the proposed method was evaluated by extracting the values of , , , , , , , and for an anisotropic sample. For each extracted parameter, the input value of the corresponding parameter was increased incrementally over the full range (i.e., , and ; ; ; ; , , and ), while the other input parameters were assigned the following default values: , , , , , , , and . For example, in extracting the LB orientation angle, was increased over the range of and the other input parameters were specified as , , , , , , and .31–33 Similar to Refs. 3132–33 the values of , , , , , , , and extracted using Eqs. (24), (21), (26), (11), (12), (15), (32), (33), and (34), respectively, are compared with the corresponding input values over their full range. A good agreement exists between the input/extracted values of all nine parameters over the full range. Thus, the ability of the proposed method to yield full-range measurements of the nine effective parameters is confirmed. Importantly, the decoupling of the LB, CB, LD, CD, L-Dep and C-Dep parameters in the analytical model ensures the accuracy of the extracted results. For example, even though the value of is changed over its full range (), it has no effect on the accuracy of the other extracted parameters.