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Title: Wind Shear Forecasting by Chaotic Oscillatory-based Neural Networks (CONN) with Lee Oscillator (Retrograde Signalling) Model
Authors: Wong, Max H. Y.
Lee, Raymond S. T.
Liu, James N. K.
Subjects: Chaos
Neural network
Wind shear
Coupled oscillators
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: IEEE
Source: IJCNN 2008 : proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks : Hong Kong, China, June 1-6, 2008, p. 2040-2047.
Abstract: Wind shear is a conventionally unpredictable meteorological phenomenon which presents a common danger to aircraft, particularly on takeoff and landing at airports. This paper describes a method for forecasting wind shear using an advanced paradigm from computational intelligence, chaotic oscillatory-based neural networks (CONN). The method uses weather data to predict wind velocities and directions over a short time period. This approach may have a wide variety of applications but from the aviation forecast perspective, it can be used in aviation to generate wind shear alerts.
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Type: Conference Paper
ISBN: 978-1-4244-1821-3
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