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Sonic detection and ranging (SODAR) systems are efficient and economical tool to probe the lower planetary boundary layer on a continuous basis. The lower atmospheric patterns (each depicting a different atmospheric condition) recorded by this system can prove to be extremely useful if classified and interpreted correctly. The manual identification of these SODAR patterns is a laborious task and requires considerable expertise. A connectionist system has already been developed by the authors todoi:10.1109/lgrs.2005.854200 fatcat:6efu4jgbnngntpwzkrmkdbdedq