by Commission ofthe European Communities. Directorate-General Information Market and Innovation in Luxembourg .
Written in English
|Statement||H.R. Koch, J.W. Grüter.|
|Series||Energy / Commission of the European Communities, EUR 7307 EN|
|Contributions||Grüter, J. W., Commission of the European Communities. Directorate-General for Research, Science and Education.|
Four data sets of weather forecast data (D1–D4) were designed to analyse the effectiveness of short‐term NWP for predicting GDDs and meteorological conditions for apple scab infections. The data sets included data from the first day only (D1), the first 2 Cited by: 3. Books on Interval Computations. Numerical Verification Methods and Computer-Assisted Proofs for Partial Differential Equations by Mitsushiro Nakao, Yohitaka Watanabe, and Michael Plum, Springer Verlag, Singapore, ; Real Analysis: A Constructive Approach Through Interval Arithmetic by Mark Bridger, American Mathematical Society, ; Interval Analysis and Automatic Result Verification by. Computational and Statistical Methods for Analysing Big Data with Applications starts with an overview of the era of big data. It then goes onto explain the computational and statistical methods which have been commonly applied in the big data revolution. For each of these methods, an example is provided as a guide to its application. This data set (referred to as AG) contains about 51 records of historical performance of NWP forecasts. There is a total of 35 features available in this data set as listed in Table S1. For both data sets the described computation methods were applied to obtain PIs over the forecast temperature.
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