Evidence of crossover phenomena in wind-speed data

@article{Kavasseri2004EvidenceOC,
  title={Evidence of crossover phenomena in wind-speed data},
  author={Rajesh G. Kavasseri and Radhakrishnan Nagarajan},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers},
  year={2004},
  volume={51},
  pages={2255-2262}
}
In this paper, a systematic analysis of hourly wind-speed data obtained from three potential wind-generation sites (in North Dakota) is analyzed. The power spectra of the data exhibited a power-law decay characteristic of 1/f/sup /spl alpha// processes with possible long-range correlations. Conventional analysis using Hurst exponent estimators proved to be inconclusive. Subsequent analysis using detrended fluctuation analysis revealed a crossover in the scaling exponent (/spl alpha/). At short… 

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