Understanding Bias Patterns in Solar Radiation Predictions Across Seasonsby@quantification
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Understanding Bias Patterns in Solar Radiation Predictions Across Seasons

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The article investigates solar radiation predictions, contrasting naive and Bayesian regridding methods. Spatial coefficient biases are explored, along with predictive coverage variations. The study uncovers nuanced patterns, emphasizing the impact of regridding uncertainty on accuracy. Essential insights for refining solar energy modeling are presented, based on a detailed simulation study.
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