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The sea surface drag coefficient used in the energy transfer function is simply described as a linear function of wind speed extrapolated from weak wind to strong wind condition. Accordingly, the accuracy of estimated waves under strong wind conditions seems to be unreliable. To deduce appropriate drag coefficient in high speed winds, the data assimilation method is considered to be a powerful tool, and is applied to WAM. Then the validity of the new method was examined by numericaldoi:10.2208/kaigan.65.181 fatcat:kp66v6plqjdfxeej5r2ctcrpx4