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GOCE User Toolbox Specification: Scientific Trade Off Study and Algorithm Specification

Losch, Martin; Snaith, Helen M; Siegismund, Frank; Knudsen, Per. 2006 GOCE User Toolbox Specification: Scientific Trade Off Study and Algorithm Specification. [Poster] In: 3rd International GOCE Workshop, Frascati, Italy, 06-08 Nov 2006. Frascati, Italy, ESA Publications Division. (Unpublished)

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Abstract/Summary

As part of the GOCE User Toolbox Specification (GUTS) project, the GUTS team has carried out a scientific trade-off study, to select the best algorithms to fulfil the user requirements for the toolbox. In some cases the selection is straightforward. However, in other cases, the choice depends on scientific applications as well as the algorithm efficiency and more practical considerations. Studies need to be performed to demonstrate the best possible algorithm. One example is the selection of filtering functions and the choice of interpolation schemes used in calculation of a mean dynamic topography from combined GOCE and satellite altimeter data. The trade-off study has also selected the functionality of the toolbox, given the user requirements and the recommended algorithms. In this paper we present the proposed functionality of the toolbox, and the most important algorithm selections. As part of the scientific trade-off, a pilot application is investigating validation of mean dynamic topography, generated from pseudo observations using proposed toolbox algorithms, against ocean model data. The study includes results from research into methods of calculation of mean dynamic topography and filtering methods presented at this workshop

Item Type: Publication - Conference Item (Poster)
Date made live: 11 Dec 2006 +0 (UTC)
URI: http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/id/eprint/142498

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