Spectral estimation and modeling

Spectral analysis

Unnikrishna Pillai, Theodore I. Shim

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Abstract

Modern spectral analysis dates back at least to Sir Isaac Newton (1671), whose prism experiments with sunlight led him to discover that each color represented a particular wavelength of light and that the sunlight contained all wavelengths. Newton used the word spectrum, a variant of the Latin word specter, to describe the band of visible light colors.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationCircuits, Signals, and Speech and Image Processing
PublisherCRC Press
Pages17-1-17-8
ISBN (Electronic)9781420003086
ISBN (Print)9780849373374
StatePublished - Jan 1 2006

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Spectrum analysis
Color
Wavelength
Prisms
Experiments

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Pillai, U., & Shim, T. I. (2006). Spectral estimation and modeling: Spectral analysis. In Circuits, Signals, and Speech and Image Processing (pp. 17-1-17-8). CRC Press.

Spectral estimation and modeling : Spectral analysis. / Pillai, Unnikrishna; Shim, Theodore I.

Circuits, Signals, and Speech and Image Processing. CRC Press, 2006. p. 17-1-17-8.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Pillai, U & Shim, TI 2006, Spectral estimation and modeling: Spectral analysis. in Circuits, Signals, and Speech and Image Processing. CRC Press, pp. 17-1-17-8.
Pillai U, Shim TI. Spectral estimation and modeling: Spectral analysis. In Circuits, Signals, and Speech and Image Processing. CRC Press. 2006. p. 17-1-17-8
Pillai, Unnikrishna ; Shim, Theodore I. / Spectral estimation and modeling : Spectral analysis. Circuits, Signals, and Speech and Image Processing. CRC Press, 2006. pp. 17-1-17-8
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