Reference & User Manual
|Release Level||7.0||Release Date||2016 12||Revision Level||beta|
|Last modified on: Saturday, 5-Nov-16 16:20 CET|
Real-time operation, forecasting
The WRM can be run in several distinct "modes" with different interpretation of the time axis:
Here the interpretation of the results depends entirely on the nature and interpretation of all input data. Since this will always have to be based on a set of assumptions, a logical extension is stochastic simulation for probabilitic results. This involves ensembles of model runs, sampling possible input vectors from the ranges (distributions) around any one of the scalar or vector parameters together with any distibnc decision variables. The outcome is a set of results, from which statistical inferences can be made, like: "the number of flooding days will not exceed N at 95% probability".
Here the model is run "around" today:
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