Weighting Initial Conditions in Variational Assimilation Schemes Public Deposited

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  • An analysis of variational data assimilation schemes for linear dynamical forecast models shows that the penalty functional must include an explicit contribution from the initial conditions in order to ensure a unique, low-noise forecast. The noise level is related to the effective number of data being assimilated.
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  • Bennett, Andrew F., Robert N. Miller, 1991: Weighting Initial Conditions in Variational Assimilation Schemes. Monthly Weather Review, 119(4), 1098–1102.
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