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hindcast

(ˈhaɪndˌkɑːst)
vb, -casts, -casting, -cast or -casted
to test (a mathematical model) by observing whether it would have correctly predicted a historical event
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Furthermore, a hindcast set of the 1981-2010 period has been carried out using three-monthly predictions initialized each 1 January and 1 February with ten ensemble members in order to evaluate the reliability of the model to simulate cold events over North America and identify systematic biases in the mean for bias correction.
The scientists utilized Penn State's hurricane prediction system to hindcast the intensity and path of 23 hurricanes and tropical storms that occurred in the years 2008-12.
The Transect PWV has also been assimilated in WRF-GFS for the 8 July hindcast using an ensemble adjustment Kalman filter scheme of the Data Assimilation Research Testbed (DART) software (Anderson et al.
To compare with ARM data, the global ACME model was run in hindcast mode (Ma et al.
Calibration of the "IOWAGA" global Wave Hindcast (1991-2011) Using ECMWF and CFSR Winds.
The hindcast started in 1700 and ended in 2010; the forecast starts in 2010 and ends in 2050.
The estimated source distribution was consistent with a theoretical estimation based on wave action models, which hindcast frequency--directional spectra of wind waves including contributions by local wind and distant weather systems.
2014b), we hindcast historical and forecast future effects of climate change on the [R.
2012) is coupled to the hydrodynamic model to hindcast the temporal and spatial patterns of larval dispersal during four discrete 20-day events.
Declining offshore spend coupled with increasing onshore activity will result in onshore recovering this share of expenditure from lows of 48% in 2016 to 66% in 2020 -- higher than at any point in DW's hindcast.
Wave energy resource assessment in the Mediterranean Sea on the basis of a 35-year hindcast.