The fractional bias is calculated for both the mean and

standard deviation of peak ozone values, as follows:

where

Fm = fractional bias of means

Fs = fractional bias of standard deviation

mo = mean maximum observed concentration

mp = mean peak predicted concentration

so = standard deviation of peak observed

concentrations

sp = standard deviation of peak predicted

concentrations

The means and standard deviations of predicted and observed

concentrations are determined by each of two methods:

Peak station values:

co(i,.) = maximum observed concentration at monitoring

station i across all hours

cp(i,.) = maximum predicted concentration at monitoring

station i across all hours

where i = 1,...,N monitoring stations

Peak hourly values:

co(.,j) = maximum observed concentration at hour j

across all monitoring stations

cp(.,j) = maximum predicted concentration at hour j

across all monitoring stations

where j = 1,...,H hours

The fractional bias of the mean and standard deviation

varies from -2 to +2. Negative values indicate overprediction

and positive values indicate underprediction.

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