Some Problems in Automatic Processing of Hydrometeorological Information
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSONAFB OH
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The paper deals with the characteristics of the primary meteorological information and the algorithm of the initial processing. The rate of incoming information to the processing centers varies widely, as are the total number of messages in a given observation period. Nearly ten types of information reach the central stations. The information is initially sorted in accordance with its nature synoptic, aerological, hydrological, agrometeorological. In the next stage the information is processed in accordance with its other characteristics, such as time, date, geographical point of observation, etc. The second stage can lead to a creation of an information retrieval system. To be fully useful such systems must satisfy the following requirements ability to sort the data accurately in accordance with a given characteristic summaries distinctive separation between the telegrams, summaries, and information retrieval.