Abstract

A method based upon the Laguerre–Gauss quadrature for the integration of Planck’s equation over any specified spectral band is presented. The accuracy of the quadrature, binomial-expansion, and Chebyshev-polynomial methods are determined and compared.

© 1974 Optical Society of America

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