Modelo estocástico para la predicción de la velocidad del viento


  • E. Hernández
  • R. García


On the basis of dady average wind speed data, a forecasting stochastic model has been built. Since one of the main influences in wind speed is the synoptic pattern over the measurement point, a new rnodel has bee elaborates taking into account the rneteorological information. The model obteined with the meteoroIogical input gives a better perfomance that the univariate one.


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Cómo citar

Hernández, E., & García, R. (2014). Modelo estocástico para la predicción de la velocidad del viento. Revista Tiempo Y Clima, 3(1). Recuperado a partir de