(abuse of) terminology
Sometimes I get tired of writing “xbar, ybar, zbar tables” — and I just write “xyz bar tables” or even “XYZ tables”. Similarly for rbar, gbar, bbar tables — rgb bar. I’m not talking about anything new, just abbreviating the names.
This is the third post about the example on p. 160 of W&S. Once again, I am going to decompose the reflected spectrum into its fundamental and its residual.
This time, however, I’m going to use the rbar, gbar, bbar tables (RGB) instead of the xbar, ybar, zbar (XYZ) tables. They did not do this.
I’ll tell you now there is one little twist in these calculations. We will need the ybar table, because we still need to use it to scale our results.
In addition to showing, as I did previously, the dual basis spectra and the orthonormal basis spectra for the non-nullspace, I will display the orthonormal basis for the nullspace.
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