IDENTIFICATION OF LINEAR HYDROLOGIC SYSTEMS' RESPONSE FROM SHORT RECORDS IN THE PRESENCE OF NOISE.

Shlomo P. Neuman, Ghislain de Marsily

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In identifying the impulse response function of a linear hydrologic system on the basis of a short input-output record one often finds that the results are very sensitive to minor errors in the data. In particular, low-amplitude random errors in the input-output record tend to cause severe oscillations in the response function, thereby making it difficult to obtain a physically realizable solution by conventional methods. One way to obtain a physically meaningful impulse response function from a relatively short hydrologic record is to use parametric programming. This makes it possible to generate a continuous set of eventual alternative solutions to the deconvolution problem, together with a bicriterion function representing these alternatives. Refs.

LanguageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherNorth-Holland Publ Co, 1976. Available in US
Pages53-68
Number of pages16
StatePublished - 1800
Externally publishedYes
EventProc of the IFIP (Int Fed for Inf Process) Work Conf on Biosyst Simul in Water Resour and Waste Probl - Bruges, Belg
Duration: Sep 3 1975Sep 5 1975

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OtherProc of the IFIP (Int Fed for Inf Process) Work Conf on Biosyst Simul in Water Resour and Waste Probl
CityBruges, Belg
Period9/3/759/5/75

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Impulse response
Random errors
Deconvolution

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Neuman, S. P., & de Marsily, G. (1800). IDENTIFICATION OF LINEAR HYDROLOGIC SYSTEMS' RESPONSE FROM SHORT RECORDS IN THE PRESENCE OF NOISE. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 53-68). North-Holland Publ Co, 1976. Available in US.

IDENTIFICATION OF LINEAR HYDROLOGIC SYSTEMS' RESPONSE FROM SHORT RECORDS IN THE PRESENCE OF NOISE. / Neuman, Shlomo P.; de Marsily, Ghislain.

Unknown Host Publication Title. North-Holland Publ Co, 1976. Available in US, 1800. p. 53-68.

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Neuman, SP & de Marsily, G 1800, IDENTIFICATION OF LINEAR HYDROLOGIC SYSTEMS' RESPONSE FROM SHORT RECORDS IN THE PRESENCE OF NOISE. in Unknown Host Publication Title. North-Holland Publ Co, 1976. Available in US, pp. 53-68, Proc of the IFIP (Int Fed for Inf Process) Work Conf on Biosyst Simul in Water Resour and Waste Probl, Bruges, Belg, 9/3/75.
Neuman SP, de Marsily G. IDENTIFICATION OF LINEAR HYDROLOGIC SYSTEMS' RESPONSE FROM SHORT RECORDS IN THE PRESENCE OF NOISE. In Unknown Host Publication Title. North-Holland Publ Co, 1976. Available in US. 1800. p. 53-68.
Neuman, Shlomo P. ; de Marsily, Ghislain. / IDENTIFICATION OF LINEAR HYDROLOGIC SYSTEMS' RESPONSE FROM SHORT RECORDS IN THE PRESENCE OF NOISE.Unknown Host Publication Title. North-Holland Publ Co, 1976. Available in US, 1800. pp. 53-68
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