Calculate the multitaper (cross-)power spectrum expectation of a function localized by spherical cap windows.
call SHBiasK (
tapers: input, real(dp), dimension (
- The spherical harmonic coefficients of the localization windows. Each column corresponds to the non-zero coefficients of a single angular order. Since all that is necessary is the power spectrum of each window, the exact angular order is not required. These are generated by a call to
lwin: input, integer
- The spherical harmonic bandwidth of the localization windows.
k: input, integer
- The number of localization windows to use. Only the first
taperswill be employed, which corresponds to the best-concentrated windows.
incspectra: input, real(dp), dimension (
- The global unwindowed power spectrum.
ldata: input, integer
- The maximum degree of the global unwindowed power spectrum.
outcspectra: output, real(dp), dimension (
- The expectation of the localized multitaper power spectrum.
taper_wt: input, optional, real(dp), dimension (
- The weights to apply to each individual windowed spectral estimate. The weights must sum to unity and are obtained from
save_cg: input, optional, integer, default = 0
- If set equal to 1, the Clebsch-Gordon coefficients will be precomputed and saved for future use (if
ldatachange, these will be recomputed). To deallocate the saved memory, set this parameter equal to 1. If set equal to 0 (default), the Clebsch-Gordon coefficients will be recomputed for each call.
exitstatus: output, optional, integer
- If present, instead of executing a STOP when an error is encountered, the variable exitstatus will be returned describing the error. 0 = No errors; 1 = Improper dimensions of input array; 2 = Improper bounds for input variable; 3 = Error allocating memory; 4 = File IO error.
SHBiasK will calculate the multitaper (cross-)power spectrum expectation of a function multiplied by the
k best-concentrated spherical-cap localization windows. This is given by equation 36 of Wieczorek and Simons (2005) (see also eq. 2.11 of Wieczorek and Simons 2007). In contrast to
SHBias, which takes as input the power spectrum of a single localizing window, this routine expects as input a matrix containing the spherical harmonic coefficients of the windows. These can be generated by a call to
The maximum calculated degree of the windowed power spectrum expectation corresponds to the smaller of (
size(outcspectra)-1. It is assumed implicitly that the power spectrum of
inspectrum is zero beyond degree
ldata. If this is not the case, the ouput power spectrum should be considered valid only for the degrees up to and including
lwin. Note that this routine will only work when the window coefficients are non-zero for a single angular order.
The default is to apply equal weights to each individual windowed estimate of the spectrum, but this can be modified by specifying the weights in the optional argument
taper_wt. The weights must sum to unity. If this routine is to be called several times using the same values of
ldata, then the Clebsch-Gordon coefficients can be precomputed and saved by setting the optional parameter
save_cg equal to 1.
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Simons, F. J., F. A. Dahlen and M. A. Wieczorek, Spatiospectral concentration on a sphere, SIAM Review, 48, 504-536, doi:10.1137/S0036144504445765, 2006.
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