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Title: Ocean heat transport simulation model based upon the doctrine of the conditional optimization of the hybrid functions entropy
Authors: Goncharenko, Andriy Viktorovich
Keywords: climate change
ocean heat transport
optional hybrid function
conditional optimization
calculus of variations
Issue Date: 7-Jun-2021
Publisher: National Aviation University
Citation: Goncharenko A. V. Ocean heat transport simulation model based upon the doctrine of the conditional optimization of the hybrid functions entropy. - National Aviation University. – Kyiv, 2021. – 14 p.
Abstract: The important aspect of the ocean heat transport is considered as being the one of the crucial for the ecological and social-economical steady development in conditions of the contemporary climate change. Theoretical model is developed in the framework of the specific hybrid functions entropy conditional optimization doctrine. The conducted simulation with the first derivative of the obtained extremal for the parameter (free) function gave a result close to the presented in the background literature. The derivative, therefore, could be interpreted for the presented investigations as the ocean heat transport with respect to the latitude. Necessary diagrams are plotted. Numerical acceptable data are adjusted to highlight the plausibility of the proposed approach. As a whole, the attempt opens the possibilities for a more elaborate research.
Description: Within the presented paper, it is proposed an entropy model that takes into account the uncertainty of a special kind. The entropy paradigm approach used herein is based upon physical applications [2] adopted to the active systems theory of subjective analysis [3, 4, 126, 138, 179, 184]. The developments of [2-4, 126, 138, 179, 184] imply the models constructions with both the traditional view entropy of the Shannon’s type and hybridization endeavors doctrine [5-215] like discussed in [171]. Now, the interpretation of the oceanic heat transport distribution options could be as follows: 1. First option deals with the cumulative function of the oceanic heat transport distribution with respect to Latitude; and the corresponding effectiveness function for the objective functional (3) is expressed with that cumulative function. Shown in Fig. 2. 2. Second option has the effectiveness function of the ratio, portrayed in Fig. 3, which relates with the elasticity of the first option.
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