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Table 2 Summary of the index values for each physical variable

From: Development of a system for efficient content-based retrieval to analyze large volumes of climate data

Name of physical variableName of index value
Precipitation01. Cases where hourly precipitation exceeds a given criterion.
 02. Number of occurrences where hourly precipitation exceeds a given criterion.
 03. Cases where accumulated precipitation in each given hour exceeds a given criterion.
 04. Cases where daily precipitation exceeds a given criterion.
 05. Number of occurrences where daily precipitation exceeds a given criterion.
 06. Annual maximum daily precipitation.
 07. Three days accumulated precipitation.
 08. One-month precipitation.
 09. Accumulated and averaged precipitation in each given month.
 10. Number of dry days.
 11. Number of continuous dry days.
 12. Number of days of continuous precipitation.
Temperature13. Cases where daily maximum temperatures exceed a given criterion.
 14. Cases where daily maximum temperatures fall below a given criterion.
 15. Daily averaged temperatures.
 16. Monthly averaged temperatures.
 17. Averaged temperatures in each given month.
 18. Daily minimum and maximum temperatures.
 19. Number of days classified as tropical day, extremely hot day, extremely tropical night, frost day, and ice day.
 20. Number of days classified as tropical day, extremely hot day, extremely tropical night, frost day, and ice day in each given month.
 21. Cases where daily maximum temperatures exceed a given criterion and daily minimum temperatures fall below a given criterion.
Precipitation and temperature22. Cases where daily maximum temperatures fall below a given criterion and daily precipitation exceeds a given criterion.