jj^y j continuing educati AM S Short Course on Neural Network of this AMS meeting. Topics include NN applications Application s to Environmental Sciences, 12- for intelligent processing of observations, nonlinear 1 3 Januar y 2002 , Orlando, Florida multivariate data analysis, fast direct assimilation of satellite data, accurate retrieving geophysical informa- The AMS Short Course on Neural Network Appli- tion from satellite data, prediction, scene classification, cations to Environmental Sciences, sponsored by AMS discrimination between clouds and snow in satellite and organized by the AMS Committee on Artificial imagery, improving computational efficiency of nu- Intelligence Applications to Environmental Science, merical models, nonlinear time series analysis, data fu- will be held from 12-13 January 2002 preceding the sion, and so on. Many practical NN solutions 82nd AMS Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida. developed and implemented by instructors for atmo- The course starts with the neural network (NN) tu- spheric and oceanic applications will be introduced. torial, which does not require any prior familiarity with A practical approach to development of NN applica- the technique. Its major topics include NN compo- tions will be outlined. Some applications involving nents, architectures, training, relationship to statistics, fuzzy logic will also be discussed. Computer demon- and regression technique. Numerous generic environ- strations will enhance and illustrate the course. Inter- mental NN applications will be introduced and dis- active sessions will help students communicate closely cussed, many of which are closely related to the topic with instructors and obtain advice about applications of NN to various projects. For further information, contact Vladimir Krasnopolsky, Environmental Modeling Center, NWS/ NCEP/NOAA (SAIC), 5200 Auth Rd., Camp Springs, MD 20746; telephone: 301-763-8000 ext. 7262; fax: 301-763-8545; e-mail: email@example.com. 1211 Scott Sumner 2001 AM S Short Course on the Fundamentals of 1212 Jennifer Schram 2001 Dopple r and Polarimetric Weathe r Radar, 12- 1213 Richard Ortner 2001 1 3 Januar y 2002 , Orlando, Florida 1214 Marc Weinberg 2001 The AMS Short Course on The Fundamentals of 1215 Jay Searles 2001 Doppler and Polarimetric Weather Radar, sponsored 1216 Leon Smitherman 2001 by AMS and organized by the AMS Committee on 1217 Phillip Lana 2001 Measurements, will be held from 12-13 January 2002 1218 Robert Swanson 2001 preceding the 82nd AMS Annual Meeting in Orlando, 1219 Kevin Usealman 2001 Florida. 1220 Robert Wilson 2001 This course reviews Doppler weather radar prin- 1221 Allen Strum 2001 ciples, its application to the observation of weather, 1222 Michael Augustyniak 2001 and the quantitative measurement of meteorological 1223 Basilio Lopez 2001 parameters. The goal of this course is to develop an 1224 Jo Bender 2001 understanding of the theory, operation, and applica- 1225 Joseph Bartosik 2001 tions of meteorological radars. Focus is on meteoro- 1226 Steven Fertig 2001 logical phenomena, their radar signatures, and quantitative measurement of weather parameters. Ex- tensive examples of weather phenomena are shown together with their radar signatures. The latest ad- 206 8 Vol. 82, No. 9, September 200 7
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