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A graphic representation of a spectrum.
[spectro- + G. gramma, something written]

spectrogram (spekˑ·tr·gram),

n a pictorial representation in the form of a graph or diagram that illustrates the results produced by the spectroscopic analysis of a particular substance.
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At the bottom, the spectrogram indicates the greater length of the stressed syllable (Roach, 2009).
In the acoustic spectrographic evaluation, an improvement of most analyzed aspects along therapy; tracing regularity improvement, as in the narrow-band spectrogram, as in the wide-band spectrogram; and an increase of tracing F2 and F3 intensity, after surgery.
Fig 3(d) shows the Spectrogram of Input Noisy Speech Signal.
Spectrogram factorization-based method applies NMF to decompose the mixture spectrogram into a set of components (Cichocki et al.
Recent studies [12,13] have made use of the short-time Fourier transform to produce spectrogram representations of wake events, which provide information about the energy content of individual wake components.
Therefore, there is the need to identify the fundamental frequency and the intensity, the energy spectrum, LPC (Linear Predicting Code), the formants, signal-to-noise ratio (S/N), the signal spectrogram, time percentage of the presence of the voice inside the recording and the gender, required in the analysis of the behavior of the voice, which give the proper characteristics of each speaker.
RHESSI collects spectrograms, a kind of data that can show where exceptionally hot material is present in any given event on the sun.
They cover pitch, frequency, and musical scales; basic musical notation; some music theory; spectrograms, music tones, and music; analyzing pitch and rhythm; a geometry of harmony; and audio synthesis in music.
Ten-minute spectrograms were generated (0-50 Hz bandwidth) and reviewed by an experienced analyst (C.
But he observed that these differences do not consistently appear in the spectrograms studied and thus are of negligible cue value.
Spectrograms of prairie dog alarm calls in response to potential predators.