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    • Graphical model driven methods in adaptive system identification 

      Yellepeddi, Atulya (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2016-09)
      Identifying and tracking an unknown linear system from observations of its inputs and outputs is a problem at the heart of many different applications. Due to the complexity and rapid variability of modern systems, there ...
    • Improving LADCP velocity with external heading, pitch, and roll 

      Thurnherr, Andreas M.; Goszczko, Ilona; Bahr, Frank B. (American Meteorological Society, 2017-08-11)
      Data collected with acoustic Doppler current profilers installed on CTD rosettes and lowered through the water column [lowered ADCP (LADCP) systems] are routinely used to derive full-depth profiles of ocean velocity. In ...
    • On the exchange of momentum over the open ocean 

      Edson, James B.; Jampana, Venkata; Weller, Robert A.; Bigorre, Sebastien P.; Plueddemann, Albert J.; Fairall, Christopher W.; Miller, Scott D.; Mahrt, Larry; Vickers, Dean; Hersbach, Hans; Zhao, F. (American Meteorological Society, 2013-08)
      This study investigates the exchange of momentum between the atmosphere and ocean using data collected from four oceanic field experiments. Direct covariance estimates of momentum fluxes were collected in all four experiments ...
    • Propapation and attenuation characteristics of multilayered media 

      Koch, Stephen Patrick (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1979)
      An algorithm is proposed to numerically integrate the inhomogeneous depth-separated wave equation using a state variable technique. The solution obtained for two simple shallow water models is shown to agree well with ...
    • Remote sensing of the surface wind field over the coastal ocean via direct calibration of HF radar backscatter power 

      Kirincich, Anthony R. (American Meteorological Society, 2016-06-24)
      The calibration and validation of a novel approach to remotely sense surface winds using land-based high-frequency (HF) radar systems are described. Potentially available on time scales of tens of minutes and spatial scales ...