Feature Selection for Case-Based Classification of Cloud Types : An Empirical Comparison

@inproceedings{Bankert1994FeatureSF,
  title={Feature Selection for Case-Based Classification of Cloud Types : An Empirical Comparison},
  author={Richard L. Bankert},
  year={1994}
}
Accurate weather prediction is crucial for many activities, including Naval operations. Researchers within the meteorological division of the Naval Research Laboratory have developed and fielded several expert systems for problems such as fog and turbulence forecasting, and tropical storm movement. They are currently developing an automated system for satellite image interpretation, part of which involves cloud classification. Their cloud classification database contains 204 high-level features… CONTINUE READING
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