Prediction of polytomous events: Model description, algorithm development and methodological aspects, with an application
O'Muircheartaigh, I. G.
Gaver, Donald Paul
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This article addresses the problem of predicting multi(more than two) category events. It describes a new approach (based on generalized linear models) which is natural extension of the technique of logistic regression (a method widely used for the prediction of dichotomous events). As an example, the method is applied to the prediction of tropical storm imminence, and the performance of the method is compared with that of alternative well-established techniques. Keywords: Meteorology; Weather forecasting
NPS Report NumberNPS55-87-010
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