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Reciprocal distance squared method, a computer technique for estimating areal precipitation

Tsong Chang Wei

Reciprocal distance squared method, a computer technique for estimating areal precipitation

by Tsong Chang Wei

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, North Central Region in [Peoria. Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Precipitation (Meteorology) -- Estimates -- Computer programs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTsong Chang Wei and J.L. McGuinness.
    SeriesARS-NC -- 8
    ContributionsMcGuinness, J. L. 1917-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 p. :
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22421870M

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Reciprocal distance squared method, a computer technique for estimating areal precipitation by Tsong Chang Wei Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title and author statement from page 1. Reciprocal distance squared method, a computer technique for estimating areal precipitationPages: Reciprocal Distance Squared Method A Computer Technique for Estimating Areal Precipitation ARS-NC-8 August AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE • U.S.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE CONTENTS Page Introduction 1 Reciprocal Distance Squared (RDS) Method 2 Description of the computer programs 4 Determination of mesh size and number of gages used in. Reciprocal distance squared method, a computer technique for estimating areal precipitation by Tsong Chang Wei.

Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, North Central Region in [Peoria. Ill. Written in EnglishPages: Reciprocal Distance Squared Method: A Computer Technique for Estimating Area Precipitation.

Technical Report ARS-Nc US Agricultural Research Service, North Central Region, OH, by: Squared Method, a Computer Technique for Est i- mating Area Precipitation,” Technica l Report ARS- Nc - 8.

US Agricultural Research Service, North Central R e. Our articles cover a wide range of estimation techniques including analogous, parametric, order of magnitude, bottom-up and three-point estimating.

Once you have learned these techniques, you must decide which one to use on your next project. Each of theses techniques requires specific data and specific mathematical and statistical procedures.

The step method always allocates costs forward never backward. The reciprocal method, by contrast, allocates service department costs in both directions.

The reciprocal allocation requires the use of simultaneous equations. This method is also known as algebraic method and simultaneous equations method. The estimate will be arranged in the same sequence that the job is to be built. This will allow the estimate to serve as a material release schedule, and for the recap sheet of the estimate to check and monitor invoices and labor.

All this can be accomplished in less time that it would normally take using present forms of detailed Size: 1MB. Introduction to Ratio and Regression Estimation Introduction to Ratio Estimation •Ratio estimation is a technique that uses available auxiliary information which is correlated with the •It is based on the concept of least squared method and it is known as regression Size: KB.

Cost estimating Overview of Estimation Methods Cost estimating is essential for cost planning and budgeting and takes place in all stages of project development. Methods for cost estimation vary as the project evolves from the early stages of conception to the construction phase.

In principle, as the project evolves, moreFile Size: 33KB. Thomas F. Edgar (UT-Austin) RLS – Linear Models Virtual Control Book 12/06 Recursive Least Squares Parameter Estimation for Linear Steady State and Dynamic Models Thomas F.

Edgar Department of Chemical Engineering University of Texas Austin, TX 1File Size: KB. inverse square root operations is presented in this paper. This method employs a second-degree minimax polynomial approximation to obtain an accurate initial estimate of the reciprocal and the inverse square root values, and then performs a modified Goldschmidt Size: KB.

Estimation of the mean and the reciprocal of the mean of the inverse Gaussian distribution. Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation: Vol.

18, No. 3, pp. Cited by: 5. Wei TC, McGuinness Jl () Reciprocal distance squared method, a computer technique for estimating area precipitation. Technical Report ARS-NC-8, US Agricultural Research Service, North Central Region, Coshocton, by: Cost allocation can be carried out using three methods: the direct method, the sequential method and the reciprocal method.

The three methods differ in the manner by which costs are split among the producing departments. There is absolutely no doubt that no matter which method is used, total overhead costs remain. CHAPTER 3 CONCEPTUAL COST ESTIMATING At the beginning of a project by the owner, prior to any design, only limited information is known about a project.

However, the owner must know the approximate to evaluate the economic feasibility of proceeding with the project.

Thus, there is a need to determine theFile Size: KB. The inverse distance (reciprocal-distance) weighting method (IDWM) (Wei & McGuinness ) is the method most commonly used for estimating missing data.

This weighting distance method for estimating the missing value of an observation, which uses the Cited by: Inverse distance weighting method (IDWM) is one of the most frequently used methods for estimating missing rainfall values at a gage based on values recorded at all other available recording gages.

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[Tsong Chang Wei; J L McGuinness; United States. Department of Agriculture.]. aggregated populations. Besag and Gleaves () developed the T-square method (a modified nearest-neighbor method) for tests of randomness in a popu-lation, and Diggle () modified the T-square method to estimate denqity of aggregated populations.

Basic designs for distance techniques are described below and diagrammed in Figure Size: 1MB. As the result of the research using algebraic average method, normal ratio method, and inversed square distance method with daily rainfall data in a year, cumulative monthly rainfall data, and also average monthly rainfall data, it can be concluded that the greater number of stasions resulting the better correlation : Fanny Prawaka, Ahmad Zakaria, Subuh Tugiono.Inverse distance weighting (IDW) is a type of deterministic method for multivariate interpolation with a known scattered set of points.

The assigned values to unknown points are calculated with a weighted average of the values available at the known points. The name given to this type of methods was motivated by the weighted average applied, since it resorts to the inverse of the distance to. This study proposes a method, backpropagation (BP) neural network, for interpolating missing values in daily precipitation time series.

Firstly, the BP neural network is adopted to interpolate missing daily rainfall data at three selected stations in Yantai, Shandong, China. Then, the temporal and spatial variations in precipitation extremes across Shandong are analyzed by utilizing the Cited by: 2.