A Kalman Filter Technique to Estimate Relativistic 1 Electron Lifetimes in the Outer Radiation Belt

@inproceedings{Kondrashov2007AKF,
  title={A Kalman Filter Technique to Estimate Relativistic 1 Electron Lifetimes in the Outer Radiation Belt},
  author={Dmitri Kondrashov and Yuri Y. Shprits and Michael Ghil and Richard Thorne},
  year={2007}
}
3 Data assimilation aims to smoothly blend incomplete and inaccurate ob-4 servational data with dynamical information from a physical model, and be-5 come an increasingly important tool in understanding and predicting me-6 teorological, oceanographic and climate processes. As space-borne observa-7 tions become more plentiful and space-physics models more sophisticated, 8 dynamical processes in the radiation belts can be analyzed using advanced 9 data assimilation methods. We use the Extended… CONTINUE READING

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