**Discrete frequency** — is defined as the frequency with which the samples of a discrete sinusoid occur. Just as in its continuous time counterpart (see frequency), the discrete time signal has a time axis, conventionally denoted by n . The time variable n , however,… … Wikipedia

**Discrete frequency domain** — A discrete frequency domain is a frequency domain that is discrete rather than continuous. For example, the discrete Fourier transform maps a function having a discrete time domain into one having a discrete frequency domain. The discrete time… … Wikipedia

**Frequency domain** — In electronics, control systems engineering, and statistics, frequency domain is a term used to describe the domain for analysis of mathematical functions or signals with respect to frequency, rather than time.[1] Speaking non technically, a time … Wikipedia

**Discrete transform** — In signal processing, discrete transforms are mathematical transforms, often linear transforms, of signals between discrete domains, such as between discrete time and discrete frequency.[1] Many common integral transforms used in signal… … Wikipedia

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**Discrete** — in science is the opposite of continuous: something that is separate; distinct; individual. This article is about the possible uses of the word discrete . For a definition of the word discreet , see the Wiktionary entry discreet. Discrete may… … Wikipedia

**Frequency-division multiplexing** — (FDM) is a form of signal multiplexing where multiple baseband signals are modulated on different frequency carrier waves and added together to create a composite signal. Non telephoneFDM can also be used to combine multiple signals before final… … Wikipedia

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**Discrete Compounding** — refers to the method by which interest is calculated and added to the principal at certain set points in time. For example, interest may be compounded daily, weekly, monthly or even yearly. Discrete compounding is the opposite of continuous… … Investment dictionary