Sensitivity of the error in multivariate statistical interpolation to parameter values
Franke, Richard H.
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The sensitivity of multivariate optimum interpolation to variations in values of it's parameters is investigated, including missing observation values. The influence of misspecification of observation error and parameters in the spatial correlation function are also considered. The calculations are carried out on three different Observations patterns: fairly uniform, partly uniform and partly sparse, and sparse. The decay rate of the correlation function is an important parameter to estimate properly and estimates of height and wind errors should be consistent.
NPS Report NumberNPS-53-90-006
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