APPLICATION OF NON PARAMETRIC BASIS SPLINE (BSPLINE) IN TEMPERATURE FORECASTING

Rezzy Eko Caraka(1*), Alvita Rachma Devi(2)


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Abstract


Weather is important but hard to predictlay people and scientists alike will agree. The complexity of system limits the knowledge about it and therefore its predictability even over a few days. It is complex because many variables within the Earths
atmosphere, such as temperature and they do so nonlinearly. B-spline as a basis for one-dimensional regression and we extend this paper by using B-spline to construct a basis for bivariate regression. This construction gives a basis in two dimensions with local support and hence a fully flexible family of fitted mortality surfaces one of the principal motivations behind the use of B-spline as the basis of regression is that it does
not suffer from the lack of stability that can so bedevil ordinary polynomial regression. The essential difference is that B-spline have local non-zero support in contrast to the polynomial basis for standard regression. The optimal B-Spline models rely on the
optimal knots that has a minimum Generalized Cross Validation (GCV)

Keywords: Temperature, B-Spline, Generalized Cross Validation, non-parametric


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26714/jsunimus.4.2.2016.%25p

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