spectrogram

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spectrogram

[′spek·trə‚gram]
(spectroscopy)
The record of a spectrum produced by a spectrograph. Also known as measured spectrum.
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Chapters include: the diagnostic role-playing test; genogram, spectogram, and role-reversal in assessment; the Dutch drama observation method; assessment through role-theory; and embodiment-projection-role.
Each spectogram represented its sound file on a two-dimension grid, showing time on the abscissa, frequency on the ordinate, and sound intensity as a color gradient.
73) See Committee on Evaluation of Sound Spectograms, Assembly of Behavioral and Social Sciences, National Research Council, On the Theory and Practice of Voice Identification (National Academy of Sciences, 1979).