AbstractThis paper proposes new methodology for sequential state and parameter estimation within the ensemble Kalman filter. The method is fully Bayesian and propagates the joint posterior distribution of states and parameters over time. In order to implement the method we consider three representations of the marginal posterior distribution of the parameters: a grid-based approach, a Gaussian approximation, and a sequential importance sampling (SIR) approach with kernel resampling. In constrast to existing online parameter estimation algorithms, the new method explicitly accounts for parameter uncertainty and provides a formal way to combine information about the parameters from data at different time periods. The method is illustrated and compared to existing approaches using simulated and real data.
Monthly Weather Review – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 7, 2017
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