spectral dimension

spectral dimension

[′spek·trəl di′men·shən]
(physics)
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Mean of the 40 curves of each sample was calculated, and a total of 6 spectral curves of the samples in Figure 1 were obtained with a spectral dimension of 2151 in the wavelength range of 350-2500 nm.
One solution to improve the compromise between the required transmission and reflection properties of the windshield screen is obtained by working on the spectral dimension of light.
This can be shown by investigating properties of the spectral dimension, defined via a diffusion process.
Based on the above considerations, we design a high resolution hyperspectral imaging spectrometer in both spectral dimension and spatial dimension.
where [gamma] = 2/[d.sub.w], [d.sub.s] = 2[d.sub.f]/[d.sub.w] is the spectral dimension of the fractal, and the fractional time derivative on the left hand side of (3) is defined as the convolution integral [14-20]:
where, the fractal dimension factor [D.sub.f] = 2.5-2.85, and spectral dimension [d.sub.s] is used to describe the procedure of the percolation in the pores.
SINFONI provides information not only in two spatial dimensions, but also in a third, spectral dimension, which allows us to see the internal motions inside galaxies and study the chemical composition of the interstellar gas," Cresci concluded.
The number [d.sub.S] is usually called the spectral dimension of the corresponding set.
I find it interesting that Underworld, like The Recognitions, Mason and Dixon, and Women and Men, assumes or denies a spectral dimension. Such a brief clue provides an antidote to the usual criticism of these works as merely paranoid.
And to complicate matters, the novel begins and ends with "heavenly conversation and/or creation." These conversations cast an uncanny, spectral dimension on the material world.

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