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An approach for calculating the integral of a function from uncertain, arbitrary measurements is applied to the Earth's radiation budget.
Determining the definite integral I of a function f over an interval is a basic concept in mathematics. For cases that cannot be treated analytically, quadrature rules are applied to obtain I numerically, ideally to within a userprescribed accuracy. Typically, f is evaluated at stipulated points in order to implement the rule.
What can be doneAn application to climate change is presented, viz., quantifying the component of the Earth's Radiation Budget relating to the incoming radiation from the sun.
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Date and Time: 
26 October 2005 at 1:30 pm 
Duration:  1 hour 


Venue: 
School of Maths, Kingston University 


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