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Improving weather radar by fusion and classification

@article{Ganster2014ImprovingWR,
  title={Improving weather radar by fusion and classification},
  author={Harald Ganster and Martina Uray and Sylwia Steginska and Gerardus Croonen and Rudolf Kaltenb{\"o}ck and Karin Hennermann},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1404.6351}
}
In air trac management (ATM) all necessary operations (tactical planing, sector configuration, required stang, runway configu- ration, routing of approaching aircrafts) rely on accurate measurements and predictions of the current weather situation. An essential basis of information is delivered by weather radar images (WXR), which, unfortu- nately, exhibit a vast amount of disturbances. Thus, the improvement of these datasets is the key factor for more accurate predictions of weather phenomena… 

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