Data Assimilation as Synchronization of Truth and Model : Experiments with the Three-Variable Lorenz System *

@inproceedings{Yang2006DataAA,
  title={Data Assimilation as Synchronization of Truth and Model : Experiments with the Three-Variable Lorenz System *},
  author={S. Yang and Debra Baker and Li Hong and K A Cordes and M F Huff and E Okereke and JOSUE VILLAFA{\~N}E and Eugenia Kalnay},
  year={2006}
}
The potential use of chaos synchronization techniques in data assimilation for numerical weather prediction models is explored by coupling a Lorenz three-variable system that represents “truth” to another that represents “the model.” By adding realistic “noise” to observations of the master system, an optimal value of the coupling strength was clearly identifiable. Coupling only the y variable yielded the best results for a wide range of higher coupling strengths. Coupling along dynamically… CONTINUE READING
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