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Title: Data assimilation of ground GPG total electron content into a physics-based ionosheric model by use of the Kalman filter
Authors: Hajj, G. A.
Wilson, B. D.
Wang, C.
Pi, X.
Rosen, I. G.
Issue Date: Feb-2004
Citation: Radio science, vol. 39, RS1S05
Abstract: A three-dimensional (3-D) Global Assimilative Ionospheric Model (GAIM) is currently being developed by a joint University of Southern California and Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) team. To estimate the electron density on a global grid, GAIM uses a first-principles ionospheric physics model and the Kalman filter as one of its possible estimation techniques.
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