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continuing education AMS Short Course on Verification of Climate for intelligent processing of observations, nonlinear Forecasts, 13 January 2002 , Orlando, Florida multivariate data analysis, fast direct assimilation of The AMS Short Course on Verification of Climate satellite data, accurate retrieving geophysical informa- Forecasts, organized by the AMS committee on Prob- tion from satellite data, prediction, scene classification, ability and Statistics, will be held 13 January 2002 pre- discrimination between clouds and snow in satellite ceding the 82nd AMS Annual Meeting in Orlando, imagery, improving computational efficiency of nu- Florida. merical models, nonlinear time series analysis, data fu - The short course will emphasize the newest meth- sion , and so on. Many practical NN solutions ods for diagnostic verification of climate probability developed and implemented by instructors for atmo- forecasts (from week two to multiseasonal that go spheric and oceanic applications will be introduced. beyond the limits of deterministic predictability), es- A practical approach to development of NN applica- pecially those based on ensemble methods, but also tions will be outlined. Some applications involving include segments on categorical forecasts and field fuzzy logic will also be discussed. Computer demon- verification. The short course will also cover, where ap- strations will http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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AMS Short Course on Verification of Climate for intelligent processing of observations, nonlinear Forecasts, 13 January 2002 , Orlando, Florida multivariate data analysis, fast direct assimilation of The AMS Short Course on Verification of Climate satellite data, accurate retrieving geophysical informa- Forecasts, organized by the AMS committee on Prob- tion from satellite data, prediction, scene classification, ability and Statistics, will be held 13 January 2002 pre- discrimination between clouds and snow in satellite ceding the 82nd AMS Annual Meeting in Orlando, imagery, improving computational efficiency of nu- Florida. merical models, nonlinear time series analysis, data fu - The short course will emphasize the newest meth- sion , and so on. Many practical NN solutions ods for diagnostic verification of climate probability developed and implemented by instructors for atmo- forecasts (from week two to multiseasonal that go spheric and oceanic applications will be introduced. beyond the limits of deterministic predictability), es- A practical approach to development of NN applica- pecially those based on ensemble methods, but also tions will be outlined. Some applications involving include segments on categorical forecasts and field fuzzy logic will also be discussed. Computer demon- verification. The short course will also cover, where ap- strations will

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Published: Oct 1, 2001

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