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spec·tral

(spek'trăl),
Relating to a spectrum.

spectral

/spec·tral/ (spek´tral) pertaining to a spectrum; performed by means of a spectrum.

spec·tral

(spek'trăl)
Relating to a spectrum.

spectral 

1. Relating or belonging to a spectrum.
2. Relating to wavelength.

Patient discussion about spectral

Q. What is the difference between autism, and autism spectrum? Doctor states my child is autistic, school says he has autism spectrum disorder. What is the difference? Can medication help with any of this?

A. i agree with Lilian- it's just a way for schools to keep their behinds clean...

Q. What is a "spectrum disorder" mean? I just heard/read about spectrum disorder, What is a "spectrum disorder" mean?

A. Autism is a spectrum disorder where symptoms and characteristics can present themselves in a wide variety of combinations, from mild to severe and in any combination. A high functioning individual with autism might simply seem eccentric, a loner. More severely affected individuals may hardly communicate and prefer to function primarily in "their own world". Most individuals fall in the middle of the spectrum.

Q. What shall I do with my 3 years old son with autism spectrum disorder. What shall I do with my 3 years old son with autism spectrum disorder to increase on his Sensory Integration. I feel therapy is too costly to afford….Is there any alternative.

A. there are some computer software that can do that too, and it doesn't cost all that much.they combine hearing- seeing and feeling.
i saw a computer USB contraption that also work int hat method and i think it costs 150-200 $ ...not sure....

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When considering both heat rejection and light transmission, spectrally selective films out-perform conventional competitors.
Spectrally selective window films like V-Kool do not change the color and look of existing glass, so the original appearance of a home or building is not sacrificed to achieve energy efficiency.
When choosing between a reflective film that blocks more heat and a spectrally selective film that blocks somewhat less heat but transmits more light, the smart money is on the latter.
We have recently reported increased efficiency for spin-exchange optical pumping using spectrally narrowed diode array bars [26] instead of commercial fiber-coupled broadband diode lasers [16].
While some manufacturers call their films spectrally selective, the definitive test is how much visible light it transmits.
LIBRA 5800 delivers powerful and spectrally efficient performance of up to 32 megabits per second (Mbps) data rate in narrow 10 MHz channels with a range of up to 66 kilometres (41 miles) in a point-to-point line-of-sight configuration, or an aggregated data rate of up to 192 Mbps per six-sector cell and a radius of up to 35 kilometres (22 miles) in a point-to-multipoint line-of-sight configuration.
high strength water-based inks, a spectrally generated color database and its "Anilox Aware" formulation software.
In directing the Canadian Opera Company's December production as a vehicle for the young singers of the company's Ensemble Studio, the Shaw Festival's outdoing artistic director, Christopher Newton, played things spectrally straight.
With its repeating sequences of spectrally ordered color bands--like bits of rainbows spliced into the composition--alternating with what seemed like the stripes from every ski sweater ever made, the piece enveloped you in six feet by twelve feet of rippling, pulsating color.
The fluorescent light generated is then directed through a spectrograph to a charge-coupled device (CCD) camera, giving spectrally resolved fluoresence data from each sample.
I was particularly interested in one university who described its blackboard as 'totally spectrally absorbing board' and its whiteboard as 'totally spectrally reflecting board.
Presents the underlying theoretical framework, accompanied by details of their practical application, for the mathematical models of generalized almost-cyclostationary processes and spectrally correlated processes; two classes of signals finding growing importance in areas such as mobile communications, radar and sonar.