## What is/are Time Spectrum?

Time Spectrum - The expediency of use of wavelet transformation of time realizations of a vibration signal is shown, as a result of which the received vibration signal is divided into amplitude-frequency-time spectrum, which leads to increase its informativeness.^{[1]}Based on compressed sensing theory and multicoset sampling architecture, the system is capable of achieving real-time spectrum sensing of 3.

^{[2]}To overcome the challenges of the real-time spectrum sensing requirement in the dynamical noise level environment, a Savitzky-Golay smoothing method based on Welch periodogram (WS-G) is proposed for spectrum sensing in cognitive radio.

^{[3]}Our data analysis pipeline has also been automated, requiring minimal manual intervention for full processing of data sets, with performance that is sufficient to allow future deployment of real-time spectrum generation.

^{[4]}To compensate that weakness, the combination of Echo Hiding in time spectrum is proposed.

^{[5]}As the experimental results show, the proposed framework consisting of shorttime spectrum estimation, double feature, and RF, can recognize a wide range of animal sounds and still remains a recognition rate over 80% even under 0dB SNR.

^{[6]}In this paper, an FPGA-based energy spectroscopy system for the real-time spectrum measurement with the function of a random pulse generator is presented.

^{[7]}For this purpose, a short-time spectrum is computed using the short-time Fourier transform (STFT) as a feature extraction tool in this paper.

^{[8]}The changes in the short-time spectrum corresponded to entry or exit of individual particles.

^{[9]}Radar transmitter power amplifiers with tunable matching networks, designed to allow real-time spectrum flexibility, may require hundreds of milliseconds to reconfigure; which is typically a significantly longer duration than the coherent processing interval (CPI) of a radar.

^{[10]}In this paper, we propose a novel method of estimation of short-time spectrum for analysis of speech signals in the closed phase regions of glottal activity.

^{[11]}Together with an analysis of the spacetime spectrum, this allows us to show that the long string sector of superstring theory on AdS 3 × S 3 × T 4 for generic NS-NS flux is described by the symmetric orbifold of ( N = 4 Liouville theory ) × T 4.

^{[12]}The method is based on detecting lower side frequencies of the fictitious rotor winding harmonics in the frequency-time spectrum during the startup.

^{[13]}11ac communication standard was achieved by applying the complementary cumulative distribution function mode of a real - time spectrum analyzer connected to a laptop.

^{[14]}A special feature is the possibility to exclude certain channel ranges in a lifetime spectrum from the analysis, which may be valuable if spectra contain ”bumps”, for example due to scattered positrons in beam experiments.

^{[15]}To analyze the obtained positron annihilation lifetime spectrum and extract the lifetime components and their intensities, the Pascual software was used.

^{[16]}The detector system can record a time spectrum of the nuclear radiation simultaneously with an intensity distribution at each pixel.

^{[17]}We present S3, a real-time spectrum sensing and analyzing method, in which a smartphone is adopted as the upper computer to send instructions to a master control module of Raspberry Pi, and the master control module drives a Software Defined Radio (SDR) based spectrum sensing module.

^{[18]}It is shown that the spacetime spectrum, as well as the algebra of spectrum generating operators, matches precisely that of the symmetric orbifold of S3 × S1 in the large N limit.

^{[19]}Therefore, additional research is needed to design systems that bring deep learning algorithms directly on the device’s hardware and tightly intertwined with the RF components to enable real-time spectrum-driven decision-making at the physical layer.

^{[20]}This chapter provides an evaluation of the HARPA RTE mechanism for a real-time spectrum sensing application.

^{[21]}The gradients of the peak on the positron annihilation lifetime spectrum for a sample annealed at 700 °C is increased compared to the as extruded sample.

^{[22]}When signal from radio source propagates through irregularity layer in the ionosphere it has fluctuations of the amplitude (scintillations) which time spectrum has power form with index α = 3.

^{[23]}Deterministic input testing signals are characterized namely by their spectral properties, which are continuous-time spectrum in case of continuous-time signals and discrete spectrum in case of discrete signals.

^{[24]}Results indicate that the barrier of PEF to CO2 is much higher than that of PETH, in spite of the higher free volume fractions and larger free volume diameters of PEF determined by rheological analysis and Positron Annihilation Lifetime Spectrum (PALS).

^{[25]}The obtained carrier lifetime spectrum can be modeled with a simple diffusion equation to determine bulk recombination lifetime and carrier mobility.

^{[26]}It is concluded that: (a) current PISN candidates, in particular SN 2007bi, are more likely the result of the collapse and explosion of massive stars below the PI limit; (b) significant asymmetry is required to reproduce the late-time spectrum of SN2007bi.

^{[27]}The composition of the respiration that is most suitable for the calculation is then selected based on its time spectrum.

^{[28]}In the method, the target vector (also known as the target polarization-space-time steering vector) is determined based on the maximum likelihood scheme, while the clutter polarization-space-time spectrum (profile) is reconstructed by using a newly developed polarimetric sparse recovery technique.

^{[29]}In this article, we review these challenging issues in multi-channel non-time-slotted CRAHNs, including reactivation- failure, frequently unexpected hand-offs, nonreal- time spectrum aggregation, inefficient power allocation, and frequent re-routing problems.

^{[30]}The REM captures near real-time spectrum utilisation in the network in temporal and spatial domains pro-actively, resulting in increased SOPs for Sharing.

^{[31]}The proposed technique computes wavelet packet-based short-time spectrum of speech signal.

^{[32]}The first one is based on weighing of the maximum power channel measured in the frequency domain and the second one uses the complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF) acquisition mode of a real-time spectrum analyzer.

^{[33]}It is found that the space-time spectrum characteristics of each wave mode represented by tropical averaged precipitation could be very well simulated by CAMS-CSM, including the magnitudes and the equivalent depths.

^{[34]}To reconfigure the amplifier in real-time spectrum sharing scenarios, a modified gradient search algorithm is employed to tune the amplifier based on measured data.

^{[35]}By using the real-time spectrum and oscilloscope, the calculation with all conversion and correction factors is derived.

^{[36]}If the data are bordered by the time spectrum, problem is even deeper.

^{[37]}It is shown that the spacetime spectrum, as well as the algebra of spectrum generating operators, matches precisely that of the symmetric orbifold of ${\rm S}^3\times \mathrm{S}^1$ in the large $N$ limit.

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## linear time branching

In the end, we achieve a method which can be used to compute all branching distances in the linear-time--branching-time spectrum.^{[1]}This paper studies linear time-branching time spectrum of equivalences for interactive Markov chains (IMCs).

^{[2]}In the particular case of labelled transition systems, these equivalences range from trace equivalence to (strong) bisimilarity, and are organized in what is known as the linear time -- branching time spectrum.

^{[3]}In particular, characteristic formulae are exactly the prime and consistent ones for all the semantics in van Glabbeek's linear time-branching time spectrum.

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## Relaxation Time Spectrum

The most general linear viscoelastic model – the generalized Maxwell body with continuous relaxation time spectrum – produces a consistent storage and loss modulus, as can be verified by Kramers–Kronig formulae.^{[1]}For a range of stresses, the material shows time stress superposition suggesting the shape of the evolving relaxation time spectrum to be independent of the time as well as the stress.

^{[2]}The viscoelasticity is expressed by a dual power law relaxation time spectrum H(τ), consisting of relaxation processes at short (n1) and long (n2) tim.

^{[3]}Melt rheology was used to study the influence of reactive melt mixing and localization of MWCNTs in terms of melt viscoelastic properties and relaxation time spectrum.

^{[4]}The revealed regularity of the change in the relaxation time spectrum of T2-images reflects the degenerative process in subchondral bone with osteoarthritis.

^{[5]}Then the stretch relaxation time and corresponding critical shear rate at different temperatures for the flow regime transition were calculated via the discrete Maxwell relaxation time spectrum and Arrhenius equation.

^{[6]}The dynamic susceptibility of concentrated ferrofluids of magnetite-kerosene type is studied experimentally to clarify the effect of interparticle interactions on the magnetization reversal dynamics and the ferrofluid relaxation time spectrum.

^{[7]}The revealed regularity of the change in the relaxation time spectrum of T2-images reflects the degenerative process in subchondral bone with osteoarthritis.

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## Branching Time Spectrum

This paper studies linear time-branching time spectrum of equivalences for interactive Markov chains (IMCs).^{[1]}In the particular case of labelled transition systems, these equivalences range from trace equivalence to (strong) bisimilarity, and are organized in what is known as the linear time -- branching time spectrum.

^{[2]}In particular, characteristic formulae are exactly the prime and consistent ones for all the semantics in van Glabbeek's linear time-branching time spectrum.

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## Real Time Spectrum

Running discrete Fourier transform (running DFT) is being used to overcome the drawbacks of ping pong buffer technique by employing fast Fourier transform (FFT) for real time spectrum analyzer, However, the major drawback of existing MAC or CORDIC (CO-ordinate Rotational DIgital Computer) based computation of running DFT is error accumulation due to finite precision machine and iterative computation which deteriorate the output in long run.^{[1]}Persistent display view available within a Real Time Spectrum Analyzer (RTSA) enables a graphical observation of the main statistical parameters of a signal.

^{[2]}The frequency domain response of ESD events is presented with the aid of real time spectrum analysis.

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## time spectrum sensing

Based on compressed sensing theory and multicoset sampling architecture, the system is capable of achieving real-time spectrum sensing of 3.^{[1]}To overcome the challenges of the real-time spectrum sensing requirement in the dynamical noise level environment, a Savitzky-Golay smoothing method based on Welch periodogram (WS-G) is proposed for spectrum sensing in cognitive radio.

^{[2]}We present S3, a real-time spectrum sensing and analyzing method, in which a smartphone is adopted as the upper computer to send instructions to a master control module of Raspberry Pi, and the master control module drives a Software Defined Radio (SDR) based spectrum sensing module.

^{[3]}This chapter provides an evaluation of the HARPA RTE mechanism for a real-time spectrum sensing application.

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## time spectrum analyzer

Running discrete Fourier transform (running DFT) is being used to overcome the drawbacks of ping pong buffer technique by employing fast Fourier transform (FFT) for real time spectrum analyzer, However, the major drawback of existing MAC or CORDIC (CO-ordinate Rotational DIgital Computer) based computation of running DFT is error accumulation due to finite precision machine and iterative computation which deteriorate the output in long run.^{[1]}Persistent display view available within a Real Time Spectrum Analyzer (RTSA) enables a graphical observation of the main statistical parameters of a signal.

^{[2]}11ac communication standard was achieved by applying the complementary cumulative distribution function mode of a real - time spectrum analyzer connected to a laptop.

^{[3]}The first one is based on weighing of the maximum power channel measured in the frequency domain and the second one uses the complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF) acquisition mode of a real-time spectrum analyzer.

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## time spectrum estimation

This paper introduces a Wiener filtering method based on short time spectrum estimation which is implemented in frequency domain and applied to process seismic signals of high frequency.^{[1]}As the experimental results show, the proposed framework consisting of shorttime spectrum estimation, double feature, and RF, can recognize a wide range of animal sounds and still remains a recognition rate over 80% even under 0dB SNR.

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