Zlatev, Zlatko, Middleton, Stuart and Veres, Galina
Benchmarking Knowledge-assisted Kriging for Automated Spatial Interpolation of Wind Measurements
At Fusion 2010.
Abstract - We have benchmarked a novel knowledge-assisted kriging algorithm that allows regions of spatial cohesion to be specified and variograms calculated for each region. The variogram calculation itself is automated and spatial regions are created via offline automated segmentation of either expert-drawn Google Earth polygons or NASA altitude data. Our use-case is to create wind interpolation grids for input into a bathing water quality model of microbial contamination. We benchmark our knowledge-assisted kriging algorithm against 7 other algorithms on UK met-office wind data (189 sensors). Our wind estimation results are comparable, but not better than ordinary kriging, but the kriging error maps are much sharper and reflect the known spatial features better. These results are very promising when considering it is an automated approach and allows on-demand datasets to be selected and thus real-time interpolation of previously unknown measurements. Automation is important in progressing towards a pan-European interpolation service capability.
Conference or Workshop Item
||Event Dates: July 2010
|Venue - Dates:
||Fusion 2010, 2010-07-01
||Data Fusion, Kriging, Spatial Interpolation, Wind Speed, Wind Direction, OGC, WPS
||Electronics & Computer Science, IT Innovation
||24 May 2011 12:48
||17 Apr 2017 17:46
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