Parallel assimilation of observed data in the hydrodynamic model of the ocean circulation
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The parallel use of the Kalman ensemble filter technique for assimilating data from observations in theHYCOMmodel of theWorldOcean is described. Data from satellite observations of the sea’s surface temperature and the sea’s surface height are assimilated both separately and conjointly. Numerical experiments on correcting model calculations using data from observations are performed. The results from the corrections are compared to model calculations without assimilation. The effectiveness of the employed parallelization algorithm is confirmed.
Keywordsassimilation of observational data ocean circulation model parallel calculations numerical experiments
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