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Title: Ocean model ensemble for glider path planning
Authors: Hernández Sosa, Daniel 
Adler, Leonhard
Isern González, José 
Cabrera Gámez, Jorge 
Domínguez Brito, Antonio Carlos 
Fernández Perdomo,Enrique 
Prieto Marañón, Víctor
UNESCO Clasification: 120304 Inteligencia artificial
331913 Vehículos submarinos
120326 Simulación
Keywords: Ocean gliders
Path planning
Model ensemble.
Issue Date: 2014
Project: Planificación y Navegación de Vehículos Autónomos Submarinos: Asimilación y Validación de Modelos Oceánicos en 3D de Escala Regional en Aguas Del Archipiélago Canario. 
Abstract: Ocean gliders make use of a unique propulsion scheme that permits these vehicles to develop extremely long missions, at the cost of a relatively low surge speed. Hence, gliders' trajectory is highly influenced by ocean currents, which can even exceed the vehicle's nominal velocity. As a consequence, in order to improve the operational capabilities there is a need for intelligent path planning algorithms, as the high number of solutions proposed by researchers that can be found in recent bibliography demonstrates. However, those algorithms require additional tools to cope with the uncertain information they use. In this paper we analyze the application of ensembling techniques to fuse numeric outputs provided by multiple ocean forecast models, aimed at feeding the glider path-planner with as reliable as possible source information.
ISBN: 978-84-9773-681-7
Source: XV Workshop of physical agents: book of proceedings, WAF 2014, June 12th and 13th, 2014 León, Spain, p. 156-165
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