Calculate the localized admittance and correlation spectra of two functions at a given location using spherical cap localization windows.

## Usage

call SHLocalizedAdmitCorr (`tapers`

, `taper_order`

, `lwin`

, `lat`

, `lon`

, `gilm`

, `tilm`

, `lmax`

, `admit`

, `corr`

, `k`

, `admit_error`

, `corr_error`

, `taper_wt`

, `mtdef`

, `k1linsig`

, `exitstatus`

)

## Parameters

`tapers`

: input, real*8, dimension (`lwin`

+1,`k`

)- A matrix of spherical cap localization functions obtained from
`SHReturnTapers`

or`SHReturnTapersM`

. `taper_order`

: input, integer, dimension (`k`

)- The angular order of the windowing coefficients in
`tapers`

. `lwin`

: input, integer- The spherical harmonic bandwidth of the localizing windows.
`lat`

: input, real*8- The latitude of the localized analysis in degrees.
`lon`

: input, real*8- The longitude of the localized analysis in degrees.
`gilm`

: input, real*8, dimension (2,`lmax`

+1,`lmax`

+1)- The spherical harmonic coefficients of the function G.
`tilm`

: input, real*8, dimension (2,`lmax`

+1,`lmax`

+1)- The spherical harmonic coefficients of the function T.
`lmax`

: input, integer- The maximum spherical harmonic degree of the input functions corresponding to
`gilm`

and`tilm`

. `admit`

: output, real*8, dimension (`lmax`

-`lwin`

+1)- The admittance function, which is equal to
`Sgt/Stt`

. `corr`

: output, real*8, dimension (`lmax`

-`lwin`

+1)- The degree correlation function, which is equal to
`Sgt/sqrt(Sgg Stt)`

. `k`

: input, integer- The number of tapers to be used in the multitaper spectral analysis.
`admit_error`

: output, optional, real*8, dimension (`lmax`

-`lwin`

+1)- The standard error of the admittance function.
`corr_error`

: output, optional, real*8, dimension (`lmax`

-`lwin`

+1)- The standard error of the degree correlation function.
`taper_wt`

: input, optional, real*8, dimension (`k`

)- The weights to be applied to the spectral estimates when calculating the admittance, correlation, and their associated errors. This must sum to unity.
`mtdef`

: input, optional, integer, default = 1- 1 (default): Calculate the multitaper spectral estimates Sgt, Sgg and Stt first, and then use these to calculate the admittance and correlation functions. 2: Calculate admittance and correlation spectra using each individual taper, and then average these to obtain the multitaper admittance and correlation functions.
`k1linsig`

: input, optional, integer- If equal to one, and only a single taper is being used, the errors in the admittance function will be calculated by assuming that the coefficients of
`gilm`

and`tilm`

are related by a linear degree-dependent transfer function and that the lack of correlation is a result of uncorrelated noise. This is the square root of eq. 33 of Simons et al. 1997. `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.

## Description

`SHLocalizedAdmitCorr`

will calculate the localized admittance and degree correlation spectra of two functions at a given location. The windowing functions are solutions to the spherical-cap concentration problem (as calculated by `SHReturnTapers`

or `SHReturnTapersM`

), of which the best `k`

concentrated tapers are utilized. If `k`

is greater than 1, then estimates of the standard error for the admittance and correlation will be returned in the optional arrays `admit_error`

and `corr_error`

. The symmetry axis of the localizing windows are rotated to the coordinates (`lat`

, `lon`

) before performing the windowing operation.

The admittance is defined as `Sgt/Stt`

, where `Sgt`

is the localized cross-power spectrum of two functions `G`

and `T`

expressed in spherical harmonics. The localized degree-correlation spectrum is defined as `Sgt/sqrt(Sgg Stt)`

, which can possess values between -1 and 1. Two methods are available for calculating the multitaper admittance and correlation functions. When `mtdef`

is 1 (default), the multitaper estimates and errors of Sgt, Stt, and Sgg are calculated by calls to `SHMultiTaperSE`

and `SHMultiTaperCSE`

, and these results are then used to calculate the final admittance and correlation functions. When `mtdef`

is 2, the admitance and correlation are calculated invidivually for each individual taper, and these results are then averaged.

If the optional parameter `k1linsig`

is specified, and only a single taper is being used, the uncertainty in the admittance function will be calculated by assuming the two sets of coefficients are related by a linear degree-dependent transfer function and that the lack of correlation is a result of uncorrelated noise.

When `mtdef`

is 1, by default, the multitaper spectral estimates are calculated as an unweighted average of the individual tapered estimates. However, if the optional argument `taper_wt`

is specified, a weighted average will be employed using the weights in this array. Minimum variance optimal weights can be obtained from the routines `SHMTVarOpt`

if the form of the underlying global power spectrum is known. Taper weights can not be used when `mtdef`

is 2

This routine assumes that the input functions and tapers are expressed using geodesy 4-pi normalized spherical harmonic functions that exclude the Condon-Shortley phase factor of (-1)^m.

## See also

shreturntapers, shreturntapersm, shmultitaperse, shmultitapercse

## References

Wieczorek, M. A. and F. J. Simons, Minimum-variance multitaper spectral estimation on the sphere, J. Fourier Anal. Appl., 13, doi:10.1007/s00041-006-6904-1, 665-692, 2007.

Simons, F. J., F. A. Dahlen and M. A. Wieczorek, Spatiospectral concentration on the sphere, SIAM Review, 48, 504-536, doi:10.1137/S0036144504445765, 2006.

Wieczorek, M. A. and F. J. Simons, Localized spectral analysis on the sphere, Geophys. J. Int., 162, 655-675, 2005.

Simons, M., S. C. Solomon and B. H. Hager, Localization of gravity and topography: constrains on the tectonics and mantle dynamics of Venus, Geophys. J. Int., 131, 24-44, 1997.

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