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Xu, Y. (author)
Micro air vehicles (MAVs) have shown significant potential in modern society. The development in robotics and automation is changing the roles of MAVs from remotely controlled machines requiring human pilots to autonomous and intelligent robots. There is an increasing number of autonomous MAVs involved in outdoor operations. In contrast, the...
doctoral thesis 2023
Koune, I.C. (author), Rózsás, Árpád (author), Slobbe, Arthur (author), Cicirello, A. (author)
The decreasing cost and improved sensor and monitoring system technology (e.g., fiber optics and strain gauges) have led to more measurements in close proximity to each other. When using such spatially dense measurement data in Bayesian system identification strategies, the correlation in the model prediction error can become significant. The...
journal article 2023
Tielrooij, M. (author)
Future concepts for Air Traffic Management (ATM) foresee—and even mandate—an increase in the distance from the destination airport at which the ATM system should start planning the arrival sequence and arrival time of inbound flights. By increasing the horizon beyond one hour before arrival, it becomes possible to timely adjust the flight path...
doctoral thesis 2022
Tseremoglou, I. (author), Bombelli, A. (author), Santos, Bruno F. (author)
In this paper, we present a combined forecasting and optimization decision-support tool to assist air cargo revenue management departments in the acceptance/rejection process of incoming cargo bookings. We consider the case of a combination airline and focus on the passenger aircraft belly capacity. The process is dynamic (bookings are received...
journal article 2022
Pande, S. (author), Moayeri, M. (author)
This paper studies how streamflow predictability varies with basin characteristics. We introduce an index of basin complexity that is based on a model of least statistical complexity that is needed to reliably predict daily streamflow of the basin. We then relate it with climate, vegetation and soil characteristics of the basin. Daily...
journal article 2018
Verkade, J.S. (author), Brown, J. D. (author), Davids, F. (author), Reggiani, P. (author), Weerts, A. H. (author)
Two statistical post-processing approaches for estimation of predictive hydrological uncertainty are compared: (i) ‘dressing’ of a deterministic forecast by adding a single, combined estimate of both hydrological and meteorological uncertainty and (ii) ‘dressing’ of an ensemble streamflow forecast by adding an estimate of hydrological...
journal article 2017
Verkade, J.S. (author)
Flood early warning systems provide a potentially highly effective flood risk reduction measure. The effectiveness of early warning, however, is affected by forecasting uncertainty: the impossibility of knowing, in advance, the exact future state of hydrological systems. Early warning systems benefit from estimation of predictive uncertainties,...
doctoral thesis 2015
Könnemann, F.L. (author)
This thesis deals with traffic forecasts of Airspace Users for Air Navigation Service Providers. Currently there is a high amount of uncertainty in the traffic forecast. Air Traffic Flow Managers anticipate for unforeseen traffic by increasing the forecasted maximum capacity threshold by more than 10%. The European ATM research program SESAR...
master thesis 2014
Kayastha, N. (author)
Due to the complexity of hydrological systems a single model may be unable to capture the full range of a catchment response and accurately predict the streamflows. The multi modelling approach opens up possibilities for handling such difficulties and allows improve the predictive capability of models. One of multi modelling approaches called ...
doctoral thesis 2014
Arkesteijn, E.C.M.M. (author), Pande, S. (author)
Knowledge of hydrological model complexity can aid selection of an optimal prediction model out of a set of available models. Optimal model selection is formalized as selection of the least complex model out of a subset of models that have lower empirical risk. This may be considered equivalent to minimizing an upper bound on prediction error,...
journal article 2013
Raso, L. (author)
Water systems consist of natural and man-made objects serving multiple essential purposes. They are affected by many types of meteorological disturbances. In order to deal with these disturbances and to serve the desired objectives, infrastructures have been built and managed by societies for specific purposes. Given a water system, and its...
doctoral thesis 2013
De Kleermaeker, S. (author), Verkade, J.S. (author)
Often, water management decisions are based on hydrological forecasts, which are affected by inherent uncertainties. It is increasingly common for forecasters to make explicit estimates of these uncertainties. Associated benefits include the decision makers’ increased awareness of forecasting uncertainties and the potential for risk-based...
conference paper 2013
Rings, J. (author), Vrugt, J.A. (author), Schoups, G. (author), Huisman, J.A. (author), Vereecken, H. (author)
Bayesian model averaging (BMA) is a standard method for combining predictive distributions from different models. In recent years, this method has enjoyed widespread application and use in many fields of study to improve the spread-skill relationship of forecast ensembles. The BMA predictive probability density function (pdf) of any quantity of...
journal article 2012
Schoups, G. (author), Van de Giesen, N.C. (author), Savenije, H.H.G. (author)
A common concern in hydrologic modeling is overparameterization of complex models given limited and noisy data. This leads to problems of parameter nonuniqueness and equifinality, which may negatively affect prediction uncertainties. A systematic way of controlling model complexity is therefore needed. We compare three model complexity control...
journal article 2008
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