Spectral Estimation From Irregular Arrays

The problem of spectral estimation from data sampled at irregularly distributed measurement locations is considered from the point of view of an optimal fit of a spectral model when the amount of data available is large but finite. Several methods are shown to be asymptotically equivalent to the optimal one (as the amount of data becomes large). A comparison of the estimation procedure with other methods is made, in which it is shown that an analysis of bias, aliasing, and estimation uncertainty can be made in a unified framework for a large class of methods.

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Author Bretherton, F.
McWilliams, J.
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Publication Date 1979-01-01T00:00:00
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Suggested Citation Bretherton, F., McWilliams, J.. (1979). Spectral Estimation From Irregular Arrays. UCAR/NCAR - Library. http://n2t.net/ark:/85065/d7p84b8b. Accessed 28 September 2023.

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