A Trajectory Analysis of Atmospheric Transport of Black Carbon Aerosols to Canadian High Arctic in Winter and Spring ( 1990-2005 )

@inproceedings{Huang2010ATA,
  title={A Trajectory Analysis of Atmospheric Transport of Black Carbon Aerosols to Canadian High Arctic in Winter and Spring ( 1990-2005 )},
  author={Lin Huang and Sheryl L Gong and Sangeeta Sharma and D. Lavou{\'e} and C. Q. Jia},
  year={2010}
}
In Dorling’s algorithm, much of the computational effort is devoted to the repeated updating of cluster mean trajectories. In order to assign one trajectory to its closest cluster, for example, the Euclidean distances between a specific trajectory and all cluster mean trajectories have to be computed and compared. The shortest Euclidean distance defines the most representative cluster. Then the cluster mean trajectory of any newly updated group needs to be calculated and updated again. This… CONTINUE READING
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