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Buehler, S., John, V., Kottayil, A., Milz, M. och Eriksson, P. (2010) *Efficient radiative transfer simulations for a broadband infrared radiometer - Combining a weighted mean of representative frequencies approach with frequency selection by simulated annealing *.

** BibTeX **

@article{

Buehler2010,

author={Buehler, S.A. and John, V.O. and Kottayil, A and Milz, M. and Eriksson, Patrick},

title={Efficient radiative transfer simulations for a broadband infrared radiometer - Combining a weighted mean of representative frequencies approach with frequency selection by simulated annealing },

journal={Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer},

issn={00224073},

volume={111},

issue={4},

pages={602-615},

abstract={We present a method to efficiently simulate the measurements of a broadband infrared instrument. The High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS) instrument is used as example to illustrate the method. The method uses two basic ideas. Firstly, the channel radiance can be approximated by a weighted mean of the radiance at some representative frequencies, where the weights can be determined by linear regression. Secondly, a near-optimal set of representative frequencies can be found by simulated annealing.
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The paper does not only describe and analyze the method, it also describes how the method was used to derive optimized frequency grids for the HIRS instruments on the satellites TIROS N, NOAA 6-19, and Metop A. The grids and weights as well as the optimization algorithm itself are openly available under a GNU public license. },

year={2010},

keywords={Simulated annealing; HIRS; High resolution infrared radiation sounder; ARTS; Atmospheric radiative transfer simulator; Frequency selection; Radiative transfer; Thermal infrared; Correlated k; WMRF; Weighted mean of representative frequencies},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Electronic

ID 105205

A1 Buehler, S.A.

A1 John, V.O.

A1 Kottayil, A

A1 Milz, M.

A1 Eriksson, Patrick

T1 Efficient radiative transfer simulations for a broadband infrared radiometer - Combining a weighted mean of representative frequencies approach with frequency selection by simulated annealing

YR 2010

JF Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer

SN 00224073

VO 111

IS 4

SP 602

OP 615

AB We present a method to efficiently simulate the measurements of a broadband infrared instrument. The High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS) instrument is used as example to illustrate the method. The method uses two basic ideas. Firstly, the channel radiance can be approximated by a weighted mean of the radiance at some representative frequencies, where the weights can be determined by linear regression. Secondly, a near-optimal set of representative frequencies can be found by simulated annealing.
</br></br>
The paper does not only describe and analyze the method, it also describes how the method was used to derive optimized frequency grids for the HIRS instruments on the satellites TIROS N, NOAA 6-19, and Metop A. The grids and weights as well as the optimization algorithm itself are openly available under a GNU public license.

LA eng

DO 10.1016/j.jqsrt.2009.10.018

LK http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jqsrt.2009.10.018

OL 30