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S. Akella, I. M. Navon
A comparative study of the performance of high resolution advection schemes in the context of data assimilation
Article in Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids, 2005
Application Area:
Meteorology
Tools:
TAMC
Theory & Techniques:
Adjoint
Z. Wang, I. M. Navon, X. Zou, François-Xavier Le Dimet
A Truncated Newton Optimization Algorithm in Meteorology Applications with Analytic Hessian/Vector Products
Article in Computational Optimization and Applications, 1995
Application Area:
Meteorology
D. N. Daescu, I. M. Navon
Adaptive observations in the context of 4D-Var data assimilation
Article in Meteorology And Atmospheric Physics, 2004
Application Area:
Meteorology
Tools:
TAMC
Theory & Techniques:
Adjoint
I. M. Navon, Xiaolei Zou
Application of the Adjoint Model in Meteorology
Automatic Differentiation of Algorithms: Theory, Implementation, and Application, SIAM, 1991
not yet classified
F. -X. LeDimet, I. M. Navon, D. N. Daescu
Second order information in data assimilation
Article in Monthly Weather Review, 2002
Application Area:
Meteorology
Tools:
TAMC
Theory & Techniques:
Hessian
François-Xavier Le Dimet, I. M. Navon, D. N. Daescu
Second-order information in data assimilation
Article in Monthly Weather Review, 2002
Application Area:
Meteorology, Hydrodynamics
Tools:
ADIFOR, TAMC
Theory & Techniques:
Hessian
Yanqiu Zhu, Ricardo Todling, Jing Guoy, Stephen E. Cohn, I. Michael Navon, Yan Yang
The GEOS Retrospective Data Assimilation System: The 6 hour lag case
Article in Submitted for publication to Monthly Weather Review, 2002
Application Area:
Meteorology
Tools:
TAMC
Y. Q. Zhu, R. Todling, J. Guo, S. E. Cohn, I. M. Navon, Y. Yang
The Geos-3 Retrospective Data Assimilation System: The 6-Hour Lag Case
Article in Monthly Weather Review, 2003
Application Area:
Meteorology
Tools:
TAMC
Theory & Techniques:
Adjoint
F. Fang, C. C. Pain, I. M. Navon, G. J. Gorman, M. D. Piggott, P. A. Allison
The independent set perturbation adjoint method: A new method of differentiating mesh-based fluids models
Article in International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2011
Theory & Techniques:
Adjoint

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