atmospheric boundary layer, radar applications, wind
For pt.I see ibid., vol.28, no.3, p.349-360 (1990). The feasibility of a model-based approach to wind field estimation is discussed. In this approach the parametric model for near-surface mesoscale wind fields developed in pt.I is used. The parameters of the model are estimated from the wind scatterometer measurements; the wind field estimate is then computed from the estimated model parameters. Unlike the traditional pointwise approach, this approach takes advantage of the inherent correlation in the winds at different sample points to estimate the wind field more accurately and resolve directional ambiguity. The accuracies of wind field estimates obtained using the traditional pointwise estimation scheme and the model-based approach using simulated scatterometer measurements are compared.
Original Publication Citation
Long, D. G., and J. M. Mendel. "Model-Based Estimation of Wind Fields Over the Ocean from Wind Scatterometer Measurements. II. Model Parameter Estimation." Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions on 28.3 (199): 361-73
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Long, David G. and Mendel, Jerry M., "Model-based estimation of wind fields over the ocean from wind scatterometer measurements. II. Model parameter estimation" (1990). Faculty Publications. 731.
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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