Y. Nefedyev, A. Andreev, N. Demina, S. Demin, Z. Andreeva
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018


The aim of this paper is to analyze magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) solar activity on the
basis of modeling and predicting the Wolf number dynamics. This study is based on the
use of adaptive regression modeling approach implemented in the software package
ARDM (adaptive regression dynamic modeling). The preliminary data was investigated
for the presence of trend stability with fractal analysis.Currently, not only the experts in the field of solar physics, climatologists, and researchers in many fields related to the issue, but most of the world’s population is conscious of the solar activity influence on many processes occurring in the world and directly defining the conditions of life and health. Most of the phenomena taking place on the Earth are indeed related to the solar activity either directly or indirectly. The solar activity is characterized by the number of spots produced on the sun surface. Their number is determined by a formula proposed by Rudolf Wolf. Variations of the solar activity are cyclic, with their minimum and maximum. Correspondingly, the effects of its influence are different.
Thus, the ARDM software package is modified and the analysis, modeling and
forecasting of the solar activity are carried out.The initial data includes two time series: the Wolf number over the period between 2000 and 2011 averaged monthly (124 cases) and the Wolf number over the same period averaged weekly (484 cases).

Keywords: MHD solar activity, Wolf number, regression analysis, fractal geometry

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