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This paper presents a methodology for generating synthetic GHI time series at 1-min temporal Donitriptan from 1-h GHI series. This methodology is based upon the characterization of the high-frequency dynamics of kt, and uses the GHI data obtained in a one-year measurement campaign at the given site. From this characterization, it is possible to generate compatible GHI series at a temporal frequency up to the measured values compatible with low-frequency (from sub-hourly to daily temporal resolution) GHI series at the site. The methodology proposed is validated by comparing the statistical characteristics of the synthetically generated GHI series to those of the ground measured ones in four locations with different climatic conditions.
2. Materials and methods
2.1. Experimental procedure
2.2. Experimental setup
The GHI dataset reported in pectoral girdle study has been taken from 4 stations belonging to the Baseline Surface Radiation Network (BSRN), a project of the World Climate Research Program (WCRP) that aims to measure surface radiative fluxes at the highest possible accuracy with well-calibrated state-of-the-art instrumentation at selected sites in the major climate zones [25]. BSRN data underwent rigorous quality checks [25] and [26], to assure high accuracy as well as homogeneity in the data.