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4 Categorization of models used in data assimilation 15 and positive definite matrix. Methods for solving this special class of linear system is covered in Chapter 9. Otherwise, f (x) is minimized by iterative minimization techniques. Iterative techniques rely on local approximations – linear or first-order and quadratic or second-order approximations to the function being minimized. The general iterative techniques include gradient, conjugate gradient, and quasi-Newton methods which are covered in Chapters 10–12, respectively.

This resulting system of ODE’s can then be discretized using standard methods. (3) Model errors and random forcing One source of error in models is due to sampling by the computational grid used in discretization. A well known consequence of the discretization is inability to resolve signals of wavelength smaller than 2 x (The Nyquist criterion for a grid mesh of length x). 2). If these neglected subgrid scale signals do not have any temporal correlations, then we can require {wk } to be a white noise sequence.

For, as these laws were found to be verified in wider and wider domains, the idea tended to grow that they have universal validity. Laplace, during the eighteenth century, was one of the first scientists to draw the full logical consequences of such an assumption. Laplace supposed that the entire universe consisted of nothing but bodies undergoing motions through space, motions which obeyed Newton’s laws. While the forces acting between these bodies were not yet completely and accurately known in all cases, he also supposed that eventually these forces could be known with the aid of suitable experiments.

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