Normal spectrum

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Normal spectrum a representation of a spectrum arranged upon conventional plan adopted as standard, especially a spectrum in which the colors are spaced proportionally to their wave lengths, as when formed by a diffraction grating.
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Usage

In literature:

The diffraction spectrum is therefore termed a normal spectrum.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia" by Various
Let each member of the class lay the spectrum in the normal colors and then select the six tints corresponding to the six standards.
"Elementary Color" by Milton Bradley
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In news:

To a parent, Asperger 's syndrome is a two-word nightmare, a diagnosis of a neurological disorder on the autism spectrum, one that will interfere with their child's normal development in many areas.
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In science:

As in the proof of Theorem 2.1, because we assume that F and G are Hilbert spaces, T is a contraction, and the part of the spectrum of T that lies in |λ| > 1 consists of at most κ normal eigenvalues.
A note on interpolation in the generalized Schur class
The second one corresponds to the spectrum of the decaying SPs. A and B are normalization factors.
Grand Unification Signal from Ultra High Energy Cosmic Rays?
Leahy normalized power spectrum, which for a Poisson process is distributed as the χ2 function with 2 degrees of freedom.
Oscillations During Thermonuclear X-ray Bursts
First note that, regardless of the spectrum P (q), the source profile τ (q) properly normalized, that is φ(q) = τ (q)/K for K = α R qn−1 τ (q) φ(q) eiq ·b dq , also provides an unbiased estimator w(0; φ) of A.
On Optimal Detection of Point Sources in CMB Maps
The fact that cluster abundance and weak lensing probe different scales opens a possibility that one might be able to secure the agreement between the two methods by varying the shape of the power spectrum or the spectral index n rather than the M–T normalization.
Weak Lensing as a Calibrator of the Cluster Mass-Temperature Relation
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