By Valérie Berthé (auth.), Srečko Brlek, Christophe Reutenauer, Xavier Provençal (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the fifteenth IAPR overseas convention on Discrete Geometry for desktop Imagery, DGCI 2009, held in Montréal, Canada, in September/October 2009.

The forty two revised complete papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from various submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on discrete form, illustration, attractiveness and research; discrete and combinatorial instruments for snapshot segmentation and research; discrete and combinatorial Topology; versions for discrete geometry; geometric transforms; and discrete tomography.

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Physical modeling and Analysis of Rain and Clouds by Anisotropic Scaling of Multiplicative Processes. : Accounting for an imperfect model in 4D-Var. Quart. R. Meteorol. Soc. : Atmospheric reanalyses and climate variations. In: Climate variability and Extremes during the past 100 years, 364 pages, pp. 103-118. : Particle ﬁlters in geophysical systems. To appear in Mon Wea. Rev. fr Abstract. In this paper, the problem of digital circular arcs recognition is investigated in a new way. The main contribution is a simple and linear-time algorithm for solving three subproblems: online recognition of digital circular arcs coming from the digitization of a disk having either a given radius, a boundary that is incident to a given point, or a center that is on a given straight line.

Since the forecast error covariances embed the error growth processes of associated with atmospheric instabilities, they are ﬂow-dependent. These background-error statistics are used in the assimilation and should therefore reﬂect the changing nature of the meteorological situations. Casting the problem in the framework of the Kalman ﬁlter, the Ensemble Kalman ﬁlter (EnKF) estimates the analysis and forecast error covariances which are used in the assimilation of observations. , 2005]. Forecast error can be attributed to error in the input to any given model but it can also be due to the error in the model itself.

However, observations of the atmosphere become scarce as we go back in time. The modern era includes large volume of data that became available only since the end of the 20th century (∼ 1980). Renanalyses are obtained by assimilating past observations using the most recent data assimilation systems that beneﬁted from the latest advances made in data assimilation methods and numerical modeling. As climate studies are concerned with periods of decades to centuries and longer, reanalyses over the complete 20th century would be needed to validate climate models.