Automatic Detection of Weather Fronts (bibtex)
by Meredith Hegg, Benjamin Seibold, Kirk M. Soodhalter
Abstract:
We propose a new algorithm for the detection of weather fronts from discrete weather data generated by weather forecasting software. Given data for a snapshop in time, the algorithm detects cold and warm fronts and draws them on a weather map. Given multiple time frames, the algorithm creates a smooth animation of the weather fronts as they travel. Detection of occluded fronts (formed when a fast-moving cold front overtakes a warm front) is also treated.
Reference:
Automatic Detection of Weather Fronts (Meredith Hegg, Benjamin Seibold, Kirk M. Soodhalter), In Preparation, 20xx.
Bibtex Entry:
@ARTICLE{HSS.2013,
  author = {Hegg, Meredith and Seibold, Benjamin and Soodhalter, Kirk M.},
  title = {Automatic Detection of Weather Fronts},
  journal = {Preparation},
  year = {20xx},
  abstract = {We propose a new algorithm for the detection of weather fronts from
	discrete weather data generated by weather forecasting software.
	Given data for a snapshop in time, the algorithm detects cold and
	warm fronts and draws them on a weather map. Given multiple time
	frames, the algorithm creates a smooth animation of the weather fronts
	as they travel. Detection of occluded fronts (formed when a fast-moving
	cold front overtakes a warm front) is also treated.},
  keywords = {paper},
  owner = {kirk},
  timestamp = {2012.08.16}
}
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