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Filtering Complex Turbulent Systems

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  • Date Published: April 2012
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  • isbn: 9781139335201

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  • Many natural phenomena ranging from climate through to biology are described by complex dynamical systems. Getting information about these phenomena involves filtering noisy data and prediction based on incomplete information (complicated by the sheer number of parameters involved), and often we need to do this in real time, for example for weather forecasting or pollution control. All this is further complicated by the sheer number of parameters involved leading to further problems associated with the 'curse of dimensionality' and the 'curse of small ensemble size'. The authors develop, for the first time in book form, a systematic perspective on all these issues from the standpoint of applied mathematics. The book contains enough background material from filtering, turbulence theory and numerical analysis to make the presentation self-contained and suitable for graduate courses as well as for researchers in a range of disciplines where applied mathematics is required to enlighten observations and models.

    • Blends mathematical theory with concrete numerical examples
    • Real-world problems are supplied so readers can test their knowledge
    • Evolved from real graduate courses taught by the authors
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    • Date Published: April 2012
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9781139335201
    • contains: 145 b/w illus. 35 tables
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    1. Introduction and overview: mathematical strategies for filtering turbulent systems
    Part I. Fundamentals:
    2. Filtering a stochastic complex scalar: the prototype test problem
    3. The Kalman filter for vector systems: reduced filters and a three-dimensional toy model
    4. Continuous and discrete Fourier series and numerical discretization
    Part II. Mathematical Guidelines for Filtering Turbulent Signals:
    5. Stochastic models for turbulence
    6. Filtering turbulent signals: plentiful observations
    7. Filtering turbulent signals: regularly spaced sparse observations
    8. Filtering linear stochastic PDE models with instability and model error
    Part III. Filtering Turbulent Nonlinear Dynamical Systems:
    9. Strategies for filtering nonlinear systems
    10. Filtering prototype nonlinear slow-fast systems
    11. Filtering turbulent nonlinear dynamical systems by finite ensemble methods
    12. Filtering turbulent nonlinear dynamical systems by linear stochastic models
    13. Stochastic parameterized extended Kalman filter for filtering turbulent signal with model error
    14. Filtering turbulent tracers from partial observations: an exactly solvable test model
    15. The search for efficient skilful particle filters for high dimensional turbulent dynamical systems
    References
    Index.

  • Authors

    Andrew J. Majda, New York University
    Andrew J. Majda is the Morse Professor of Arts and Sciences at the Courant Institute of New York University.

    John Harlim, North Carolina State University
    John Harlim is Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at North Carolina State University.

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