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Let xk+ j for j > 0 denote the trajectory of the model M starting from xk . 3) where DM (k) = D M(xk ) is the Jacobian of M(·) at xk . 5) where is the product of the Jacobians along the trajectory. 6) which is the ratio of the energy (as measured by the 2-norm) in the error at time (k + T ) to that at time k. 6), we get r (k + T : k) = eTk [DTM (k + T − 1 : k) DM (k + T − 1 : k)] ek . 7) Clearly, the value of this ratio is uniquely determined by the eigenvalues of the Grammian A = DTM (k + T : k) DM (k + T : k).
1 A classiﬁcation of the estimation problem. (1) h(·) is linear In this case there is a matrix H ∈ Rm×n such that h(x) = Hx. Depending on whether m > n or m < n we get an over-determined or an under-determined system, respectively. 1. In the over-determined case, there is no solution to z = Hx in the usual sense, and in the under-determined case there are inﬁnitely many solutions to z = Hx. In the absence of a unique solution under these circumstances, the problem is reformulated by introducing a minimization condition.
We further assume that hemispheric observations of this vorticity are available at two times (typically 12 hours apart). Let us take the “strong constraint” approach where the governing law is assumed to be perfect, but where the observations are assumed to contain error. The data assimilation problem is stated as follows: Under the exact constraint of vorticity conservation, obtain estimates of the vorticity at each time satisfying the constraint while minimizing the squared difference between this state and the observations.