The in-vivo Diffusion MRI (dMRI) signal does not generally arise from a single diffusion process but from the sum of multiples. In this study we investigated a deconvolution approach to simultaneously estimate non-Gaussian diffusion, free water (FW), IVIM and tissue fractions. We analyzed the brain data of a subject acquired with 60 different b-values with four deconvolution based approaches, and compared their results in terms of identified components. The four approaches provided consistent results, with the IVIM compartment being the most similar component across the four methods. Reliable quantification of multiple compartments, including membrane restrictions, is feasible with regularized approaches.