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Deterministic nonperiodic flow

- E. Lorenz
- Mathematics
- 1 March 1963

Finite systems of deterministic ordinary nonlinear differential equations may be designed to represent forced dissipative hydrodynamic flow. Solutions of these equations can be identified with… Expand

Available Potential Energy and the Maintenance of the General Circulation

- E. Lorenz
- Physics
- 1 May 1955

The available potential energy of the atmosphere may be defined as the difference between the total potential energy and the minimum total potential energy which could result from any adiabatic… Expand

Optimal Sites for Supplementary Weather Observations: Simulation with a Small Model

- E. Lorenz, K. Emanuel
- Mathematics
- 1 February 1998

Abstract Anticipating the opportunity to make supplementary observations at locations that can depend upon the current weather situation, the question is posed as to what strategy should be adopted… Expand

Irregularity: a fundamental property of the atmosphere*

- E. Lorenz
- Mathematics
- 1 March 1984

Some early ideas concerning the general circulation of the atmosphere are reviewed. A model of the general circulation, consisting of three ordinary differential equations, is introduced. For… Expand

Atmospheric Predictability as Revealed by Naturally Occurring Analogues

- E. Lorenz
- Mathematics
- 1 July 1969

Abstract Two states of the atmosphere which are observed to resemble one another are termed analogues. Eitherstate of a pair of analogues may be regarded as equal to the other state plus a small… Expand

The predictability of a flow which possesses many scales of motion

- E. Lorenz
- Mathematics
- 1969

It is proposed that certain formally deterministic fluid systems which possess many scales of motion are observationally indistinguishable from indeterministic systems; specifically, that two states… Expand

A study of the predictability of a 28-variable atmospheric model

- E. Lorenz
- Mathematics
- 1 August 1965

A 28-variable model of the atmosphere is constructed by expanding the equations of a two-level geostrophic model in truncated double-Fourier series. The model includes the nonlinear interactions… Expand

Atmospheric predictability experiments with a large numerical model

- E. Lorenz
- Environmental Science
- 1 December 1982

The instability of the atmosphere places an upper bound on the predictability of instantaneous weather patterns. The skill with which current operational forecasting procedures are observed to… Expand

Designing Chaotic Models

- E. Lorenz
- Computer Science
- 1 May 2005

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