We sampled the near-Earth plasma sheet using data from the NASA Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions During Substorms mission. For the observations of the plasma sheet, we used corresponding interplanetary observations using the OMNI database. We used these data to develop a data-driven model that predicts plasma sheet electron flux from upstream solar wind variations. The model output data are included in this work, along with code for analyzing the model performance and producing figures used in the related publication. and Data files are included in hdf5 and Python pickle binary formats; scripts included are set up for use of Python 3 to access and process the pickle binary format data.
An updated auroral conductance module is built for global models, using nonlinear regression & empirical adjustments to span extreme events., Expanded dataset raises the ceiling of conductance values, impacting the ionospheric potential dB/dt & dB predictions during extreme events., and Application of the expanded model with empirical adjustments refines the conductance pattern, and improves dB/dt predictions significantly.
This repository includes test instances of infinite-horizon Markov decision processes with multiple models of parameters (i.e., "Multi-model Markov decision processes"). We generated each test instance in the dataset using a Python script. The test instances can be read in using the provided C++ and Python script. See the README for details.