discrete spectrum


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discrete spectrum

[di′skrēt ′spek·trəm]
(spectroscopy)
A spectrum in which the component wavelengths constitute a discrete sequence of values rather than a continuum of values.
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The goal of investigation is the development of a technique for selecting parameters of capacitor banks used both as reactive power compensators in the presence of sources of discrete spectrum of interharmonics, and in the composition of higher and interhamonic filters.
the definition of an intrinsic hypoelliptic Laplacian, the explicit construction of the hypoelliptic heat kernel for the most important 3D Lie groups, and the proof of the controllability of the bilinear Schroedinger equation with discrete spectrum, under some ""generic"" assumptions.
But Miller's main focus in Long Beach was to explore the topic of spectral power distribution--more specifically, to compare continuous spectrum sources with discrete spectrum sources.
Jenq has written a series of papers dealing with the effect of non-equispaced sampling instants on the discrete spectrum of the digitized replica (3-5) where his focus was on the periodicity of timebase errors.
Under computation, we have taken into account from 100 to 200 modes of the discrete spectrum (3) and from 10000 to 20000 modes of the continuous spectrum (5) on the grid of the integration argument [beta] of the step [DELTA][beta] = 0.
The continued fractions (2) are in the canonical form and have a discrete spectrum of eigenvalues.
One realization of digitized real test signal of DAC under test has discrete spectrum that is spread over the frequency axis in steps [7]
Then all discrete spectrum values S(n[DELTA]f obtained are substituted into Equation 2 for amplitudes [A.
For the purpose of sampling we need a discrete spectrum, eigenvalues only, and so [rho] is a step function.
While there is nothing wrong with a discrete spectrum of any finite piece of conductor--including the dipole itself--the user should be aware of possible flaws in some broadband measurements when accuracy and precision is critical.
In a discrete spectrum, N is limited by the spacing between tones.

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