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Distortion representation of forecast errors for model skill assessment and objective analysis
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|Statement||Ross N. Hoffman, Thomas Nehrkorn, and Christopher Grassotti.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA-CR-202058., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-202058.|
|Contributions||Nehrkorn, Thomas., Grassotti, Christopher., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Distortion Representation of Forecast Model Skill Assessment and Objective Technical Report 2 Errors for Analysis I Ross N. Hoffman, Thomas Nehrkorn and Christopher Grassotti 3 Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc.
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Hoffman, Thomas Nehrkorn and Christopher Grassotti 3 Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc. 4 Revision August 8, 1Supported by NASA contract NAS AER, Inc. intends to retain patent rights to certain. Get this from a library. Distortion representation of forecast errors for model skill assessment and objective analysis: technical report.
[Ross N Hoffman; Thomas Nehrkorn; Christopher Grassotti; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Further reading. A broad range of forecast metrics can be found in published and online resources. A good starting point is the Australian Bureau of Meteorology's longstanding web pages on verification at WWRP/WGNE Joint Working Group on Forecast Verification Research.
A popular textbook and reference that discusses forecast skill is Statistical Methods in the Atmospheric Sciences.
The main skill score is computed as the root mean square of the difference between forecast and analysis (FA) and forecast and persistence (FP), where the persistence is defined as the average of.
Evaluating Forecasting Methods J. Scott Armstrong University of Pennsylvania, sample of forecast errors. However, forecasters often violate such principles, even in academic For example, a model’s forecast that a new product will be successful might be compared with a base rate, such as the percentage of new.
The distortion representation of forecast errors should prove useful for describing forecast skill and for representing the statistics of the background errors in objective data analysis.
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