Development of Computer Programs and Related Software for the Detection and Analysis of PI2 Pulsations Recorded at Ground Based Stations.
Final rept. 2 Mar 1982-2 Sep 1985
ALBERTA UNIV EDMONTON DEPT OF PHYSICS
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The major objectives of the study were to develop algorithms for the estimation of the polarization states of Pi 2 geomagnetic pulsations, to coded these algorithms in FORTRAN, and to develop models for the prediction of the polarization states of Pi 2s. The Pi 2 models are based on the magnetic fields associated with transient field-aligned currents, on geomagnetic field lines threading the auroral ionosphere. These models have proven to be extremely successful in predicting the polarization states of high and mid latitude Pi 2s. The computer programs are based on algorithms for detecting pure states, and estimating the parameter of pure states or polarized waves in multiple time series. All the software for these algorithms has been written in FORTRAN, and the programs have been used with considerable success in the parameterization of the polarization states of Pi 2s. Keywords Magnetometer arrays Multivariate time series studies.
- Atmospheric Physics