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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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Example spectrograms of a male call followed by buzzer response detected simultaneously by (A) accelerometer, and (B) contact microphone on the microcontroller platform.
Descriptive statistics of search-phase echo-location pulses in 10 call sequences from this study measured from zero-crossing spectrograms.
The spectrograms of these words are represented in the figures 2, 3 and 4.
Digital spectrogram recorders (DSG-Ocean (1), Loggerhead Instruments, Sarasota, FL) were deployed at all 3 sites preceding aggregation of fish (Table 1).
Similarly Figure 4 shows the waveforms and spectrograms of noisy, enhanced speech output of HNMWeiner.
A single click on the spectrogram display brings up the defective component on the screen.
Figures 2 and 3 show visualization examples of the assembled tensors for right and left hand MI tasks by illustrating spectrograms at each channel, respectively.
The two spectrograms at the same rotating speed have been compared to determine the noise reduction.
They used harmonic/percussive sound separation technique (HPSS) on mixture spectrograms with high and low frequency resolutions respectively, the harmonic and percussive elements of the accompaniment can be filtered out from the song mixture, leaving out the vocals.
The top panel shows the original spectrograms at the TPL-1 and TPL-2 locations, whereas the bottom panels show the parts of the spectrogram where the PSD values are larger at TPL-1 than at TPL-2 (left-hand side), and vice versa (right-hand side panel).