Functional regression on remote sensing data in oceanography
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The aim of this study is to propose the use of a functional data analysis approach as an alternative to the classical statistical methods most commonly used in oceanography and water quality management. In particular we consider the prediction of total suspended solids (TSS) based on remote sensing (RS) data. For this purpose several functional linear regression models and classical non-functional regression models are applied to 10 years of RS data obtained from medium resolution imaging spectrometer sensor to predict the TSS concentration in the coastal zone of the Guadalquivir estuary. The results of functional and classical approaches are compared in terms of their mean square prediction error values and the superiority of the functional models is established. A simulation study has been designed in order to support these findings and to determine the best prediction model for the TSS parameter in more general contexts.
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CitationAcar, N., Delicado, P., Basarir, G., Caballero, I. Functional regression on remote sensing data in oceanography. "Environmental and ecological statistics", 1 Juny 2018, vol. 25, núm. 2, p. 277-304.
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