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Journal Articles Notices of the American Mathematical Society Year : 2024

Climate Science at the Interface Between Topological Data Analysis and Dynamical Systems Theory

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The authors are hosting an AMS sponsored Mathematics Research Community (MRC) on novel applications of topological data analysis (TDA) and dynamical systems theory to the study of climate change and weather forecasting. In this Notices article we introduce some of the big challenges in climate science, and describe how methods from TDA and dynamical systems theory can help tackle these. We hope to encourage applications to the MRC from mathematicians with a background in applied algebraic topology and scientists working on climate or meteorology, both from academia and industry.
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hal-04396161 , version 1 (15-01-2024)

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Davide Faranda, Théo Lacombe, Nina Otter, Kristian Strommen. Climate Science at the Interface Between Topological Data Analysis and Dynamical Systems Theory. Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 2024, 71, pp.267-271. ⟨10.1090/noti2864⟩. ⟨hal-04396161⟩
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