Observation and background adjoint sensitivity in the adaptive observation-targeting problem

@inproceedings{Baker2007ObservationAB,
  title={Observation and background adjoint sensitivity in the adaptive observation-targeting problem},
  author={Nancy Baker and Roger Daley},
  year={2007}
}
Recent observation-targeting field experiments, such as the Fronts and Atlantic Storm-Track Experiment (FASTEX) and the NORth Pacific Experiment (NORPEX), have demonstrated that by using objective adjoint techniques it is possible, in advance, to identify regions of the atmosphere where forecast-error growth in numerical forecast models is maximally sensitive to the error in the initial conditions. 'Qpically, such techniques produce a field of the sensitivity of some aspect of the forecast to… CONTINUE READING

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