Sciences of Geodesy - I 2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11741-1_10
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“…Harmonic analysis methods are the most common approach used to model the tidal signal. Thus, a multiple regression model in the time domain is derived from a multiple-input-single-output system, through [Neumeyer, 2010;Wenzel, 1997] …”
Section: 1002/2013jb010795mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Harmonic analysis methods are the most common approach used to model the tidal signal. Thus, a multiple regression model in the time domain is derived from a multiple-input-single-output system, through [Neumeyer, 2010;Wenzel, 1997] …”
Section: 1002/2013jb010795mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Models of seismic NN have been gradually refined over the past decades [6,[8][9][10]. Atmospheric NN was identified as a limiting noise source in superconducting gravimeters at mHz frequencies, and noise cancellation successfully im- plemented using pressure sensors [11]. However, it is to be expected that atmospheric NN cancellation in future large-scale GW detectors will be significantly more complicated due to a greater variety of atmospheric phenomena that can cause NN [12].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…6c) is much more complicated and the possible sources will be discussed in a future study. The time series showing only a single frequency band are likely due to the anti-aliasing filter in the instrument system (Hinderer et al 2007;Neumeyer 2010).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…SGs were developed more than 50 years ago and have become the most sensitive and stable instrument for gravity measurement with 1 nanoGal (1 × 10 -11 ms -2 ) capability in the frequency domain (an accuracy of 0.1 μgal in time domain) with a low drift rate of a few microgal per year. Thanks to the high precision SGs have been used to monitor geophysical phenomena for different periods and amplitudes, such as solid earth tide, atmospheric effects, ocean and polar motion, precipitation, groundwater changes and earthquakes (Hinderer et al 2007;Neumeyer 2010).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%