Yu Su

NSF: New forecasting algorithm helps predict hurricane intensity and wind speed

The National Science Foundation has covered the hurricane modeling research of SMU engineers Yu Su, Michael Hahsler and Margaret Dunham in a Dec. 5 “Discoveries” article on its web site.

Su, Hahsler and Dunham have written a white paper on their method for predicting hurricanes: “Learning a Prediction Interval Model for Hurricane Intensities.” The three scientists are in the SMU Lyle School‘s Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Continue reading

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The Guardian: Weatherwatch — Can the intensity of a hurricane be predicted?

Science journalist David Hambling has covered the hurricane modeling research of SMU engineers Yu Su, Michael Hahsler and Margaret Dunham in the U.K. daily newspaper The Guardian.

The article published in Hambling’s Oct. 12 column “Weatherwatch.”
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