Sensitivity of target size, pixel selection, and height assignment in satellite-derived atmospheric motion vectors

@inproceedings{Park2010SensitivityOT,
  title={Sensitivity of target size, pixel selection, and height assignment in satellite-derived atmospheric motion vectors},
  author={J. Park and Somyoung Kim and Mi-Lim Ou and Hee-Je Cho},
  booktitle={Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing},
  year={2010}
}
The satellite-derived atmospheric motions vectors (AMVs) are useful for weather analysis such as tropical low, wind shear, and jet location and data assimilation into numerical weather prediction model. The AMV's accuracy is sensitive to the various components like target selection approaches, height assignment (HA) methods and so on, which should be optimized and improved. AMVs are retrieved by identifying and tracking targets dynamically through the use of advanced pattern-matching… CONTINUE READING

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