Now showing items 1-4 of 4
Resampling hierarchical processes in the wavelet domain: A case study using atmospheric turbulence
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-05-20)
There is a growing need for statistical methods that generate an ensemble of plausible realizations of a hierarchical process from a single run or experiment. The main challenge is how to construct such an ensemble in a ...
Denoising Ozone Concentration Measurements with BAMS Filtering
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001)
We propose a method for filtering self-similar geophysical signals corrupted by an antoregressive noise using a combination of non-decimated wavelet transform and a Bayesian model. In the application part, we consider ...
Quantifying the Effects of Atmospheric Stability on the Multifractal Spectrum of Turbulence
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004)
Over the past decade, several studies suggested possible analogy between price dynamics in the foreign exchange market and atmospheric turbulent flows. Such analogies suggest that applications in business and industry can ...
Assessing the Effects of Atmospheric Stability on the Inertial Subrange of Surface Layer Turbulence using Local and Global Multiscale Approaches
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-06-19)
The conceptual framework for modeling the inertial subrange is strongly influenced by the Richardson cascade, now the subject of various reinterpretations. One apparent departure from the Richardson cascade is attributed ...