AM S Shor t Course o n Mesoscale Atmospheric view and introduce the principles of data mining. Data Modelin g by Origina l Model Developers mining refers to the specific algorithms applied to data An AMS short course on mesoscale atmospheric in order to extract patterns. Recent advances in data modeling by original model developers, sponsored by collection and computing power have created a need AMS and organized by the AMS Committee on for a greater variety and more sophisticated methods Weather Analysis and Forecasting Committee, will be of data reduction and analysis. These methods are col- held Sunday, 9 January 2000 preceding the 80th AMS lectively grouped in the field of knowledge discovery Annual Meeting in Long Beach, California. from databases, which refers to the overall process of discovering useful information from data. The appli- This one-day short course is designed to assist students interested in learning about atmospheric modeling, cation of data mining, especially in terms of meteoro- professors teaching atmospheric modeling, research- logical problems, will be discussed and the available ers involved in modeling or wanting to know the tools will be reviewed. Topics may include 1) what differences between various models, and managers need- data
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 1999
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