Microwindow selection for high-spectral-resolution sounders.

@article{Dudhia2002MicrowindowSF,
  title={Microwindow selection for high-spectral-resolution sounders.},
  author={Anu Dudhia and Victoria L Jay and Clive D. Rodgers},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={2002},
  volume={41 18},
  pages={3665-73}
}
The recent development of satellite instruments that obtain spectrally resolved measurements of the atmosphere has highlighted the problem of how to determine the best subsets, or microwindows, of such spectra for retrievals of temperature and composition. A technique is described that maximizes the information content (or some other figure of merit) based on the modeling of the propagation of systematic as well as random error terms through the retrieval process. Apart from selecting… CONTINUE READING
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