• matter element analysis;
  • related function;
  • weather forecast


Matter element analysis is an emerging mathematical method that can resolve various actual problems in the objective world and has therefore been widely applied in many fields. However, no study to date has examined the use of matter element analysis to forecast change trends in weather. Prior predictors are used to conduct calculations, thus enabling the matter analysis to have a predictive function. By repeatedly adjusting the grade division value (classical domain and joint domain) of each factor, the fitting rate of the calculation grade of the meteorological element to the actual grade was maximized, resulting in more accurate results. This article discusses the method, steps and applications of matter element analysis and demonstrates matter element analysis as a new and efficient way to forecast future weather conditions. Copyright © 2012 Royal Meteorological Society