The continuous rainfall-runoff model named MISDc (“Modello Idrologico SemiDistribuito in continuo”) for flood prediction and forecasting is freely available. The code is written in the MATLAB® programming language and is fully commented; an executable version of the model is also available contacting Luca Brocca. The description of the model structure and of its performance can be found in Brocca et al. (2011).
Additionally, a fully continuous and lumped version of the MISDc model is made freely available on GitHub:
— Hydrology IRPI-CNR (@Hydrology_IRPI) March 18, 2021
Flood modelling over 975 European basins in 20 seconds through satellite🛰️-only precipitation 🌧️as input –> #SM2RAIN-ASCAT!
Performance are really good 🥇(period 2007-2013, daily time step), don't you agree? KGE=Kling-Gupta eff. (target=1) @CopernicusEU @ESA_EO @eumetsat pic.twitter.com/zyql9Ybk09
— Hydrology IRPI-CNR (@Hydrology_IRPI) June 26, 2018