Simulation of vector semibinary homogeneous random fields and modeling of broken clouds
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A vector-valued homogeneous random field is said to be semibinary if its single-point marginal distribution is a sum of a singular distribution and a continuous one. In this paper, we present methods of numerical simulation of semibinary fields on the basis of the correlation structure and the marginal distribution. As an example we construct a combined model of cloud top height and optical thickness using satellite observations.
Key wordssimulation of stochastic fields semibinary and quasi-Gaussian random fields correlations marginal distribution simulation of stochastic structure of clouds
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