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Effect of Simpler Neill’s Mapping Function Models Using Non Linear Regression Method on Tropospheric Delay

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The Simpler Neill’s Mapping Function for both hydrostatics and wet components are established. The comparison between the simpler and the original Neill’s Mapping Function has shown small error difference between them and not significance. The number of operations for simpler models has been reduced compared to the original model for both components.

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Sakidin, H., Batcha, S.R., Ahmad, A. (2018). Effect of Simpler Neill’s Mapping Function Models Using Non Linear Regression Method on Tropospheric Delay. In: Sulaiman, S., Kannan, R., Karim, S., Mohd Nor, N. (eds) Sustainable Electrical Power Resources through Energy Optimization and Future Engineering. SpringerBriefs in Energy. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-0435-4_6

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