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Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales. M(N)=  r g l 3. Probability varies with level. S min.  1.  2. Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib. Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales. M(N)=  r g l 3. Probability varies

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Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

Smin

1

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

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Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

Smin

1

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide3
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

Smin

1

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide4
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

Smin

1

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide5
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

Smin

1

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

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Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

Smin

1

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide7
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

Smin

1

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide8
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

Smin

1

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide9
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

1

Smin

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide10
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Fp(>T)

Probability varies

with level

1

Smin

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

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Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

1

Smin

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide12
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

1

Smin

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide13
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

1

Probability varies

with level

Smin

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide14
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

1

Smin

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide15
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

1

Smin

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide16
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

1

Smin

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide17
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

1

Smin

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

slide18
Cascade model: increasing N represents smaller scales

M(N)=rgl3

Probability varies

with level

1

Smin

2

Highest probability and size at each level gives primary size distrib

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