6.3.3. Geospatial Gap Filling

6.3.3.1. Operation


Operation name:Geospatial Gap Filling
Description:This Operation served for the filling of spatial gaps.
Applicable use cases:
 UC11

6.3.3.2. Options


name:geospatial gap filling method
description:method to fill spatial gaps
items:linear, bi-cubic, …

6.3.3.3. Input data


name:longitude (lon, x)
type:floating point number
range:[-180.; +180.] respectively [0.; 360.]
dimensionality:vector
description:grid information on longitudes

name:latitude (lat, y)
type:floating point number
range:[-90.; +90.]
dimensionality:vector
description:grid information on latitudes

name:height (z)
type:floating point number
range:[-infinity; +infinity]
dimensionality:vector
description:grid information on height/depth

name:variable
type:floating point number
range:[-infinity; +infinity]
dimensionality:cube or 4D
description:values of a certain variable

6.3.3.4. Output data


name:adjusted variable data
type:floating point number
range:[-infinity; +infinity]
dimensionality:cube or 4D
description:new values of a certain variable

6.3.3.5. Parameters


name:nx
type:integer
valid values:[1; infinity]
default value:number of longitudes in dataset
description:original number of longitudes

name:ny
type:integer
valid values:[1; infinity]
default value:number of latituted in dataset
description:original number of latitudes

name:

nx’

type:

integer

valid values:

[1; infinity]

default value:
description:

adjusted number of longitudes


name:

ny’

type:

integer

valid values:

[1; infinity]

default value:
description:

adjusted number of longitudes


name:size of sliding window
type:integer
valid values:[1; infinity]
default value:3
description:side length of the sliding window used for interpolation and/or gap filling (e.g. 3x3, 9x9). For some tasks solely odd numbers are applicable.*???*

name:original coordinate system
description:definition of original coordiate system

name:adjusted coordinate system
description:definition of requested coordiate system