M. Gocić
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Analysis of changes in meteorological variables using Mann-Kendall and Sen's slope estimator statistical tests in Serbia
M. Gocić, Slavisa Trajkovic
Environmental Science
2013
Abstract The annual and seasonal trends of seven meteorological variables were analyzed for twelve weather stations in Serbia during 1980–2010. The non-parametric Mann-Kendall and Sen's methods were… Expand
616 Citations
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Analysis of precipitation and drought data in Serbia over the period 1980–2010
M. Gocić, Slavisa Trajkovic
Environmental Science
28 June 2013
Summary Precipitation and Standardised Precipitation Index (SPI) trends were analyzed by using linear regression, Mann–Kendall and Spearman’s Rho tests at the 5% significance level. For this purpose,… Expand
119 Citations
8
Soft computing approaches for forecasting reference evapotranspiration
M. Gocić, S. Motamedi, +4 authors Muhammad Arif
Engineering, Computer Science
Comput. Electron. Agric.
1 April 2015
TLDR
SVM-Wavelet model was found to perform better than the GP, SVM-FFA and ANN models and have higher correlation coefficient as compared to ANN and GP computational methods.Expand
95 Citations
5
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Spatiotemporal characteristics of drought in Serbia
M. Gocić, Slavisa Trajkovic
Environmental Science
14 March 2014
Summary The evaluation of spatiotemporal characteristics of drought was based on monthly precipitation data from 29 synoptic stations for the period of 1948–2012. The percent of normal precipitation… Expand
113 Citations
4
Extreme learning machine based prediction of daily dew point temperature
Kasra Mohammadi, Shahaboddin Shamshirband, S. Motamedi, D. Petkovic, R. Hashim, M. Gocić
Engineering, Computer Science
Comput. Electron. Agric.
1 September 2015
TLDR
The study results convincingly advocate that ELM can be employed as an efficient method to predict daily dew point temperature with much higher precision than the SVM and ANN techniques. Expand
67 Citations
3
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Spatio-temporal patterns of precipitation in Serbia
M. Gocić, Slavisa Trajkovic
Environmental Science
Theoretical and Applied Climatology
1 August 2014
The monthly precipitation data from 29 synoptic stations for the period 1946–2012 were analyzed using a number of different multivariate statistical analysis methods to investigate the spatial… Expand
37 Citations
2
Determination of the most influential weather parameters on reference evapotranspiration by adaptive neuro-fuzzy methodology
D. Petkovic, M. Gocić, +4 authors H. Bonakdari
Mathematics, Computer Science
Comput. Electron. Agric.
1 June 2015
TLDR
The obtained results indicate that among the input variables sunshine hours, actual vapor pressure and minimum air temperature, are the most influential for ET0 estimation. Expand
53 Citations
1
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Comparative analysis of reference evapotranspiration equations modelling by extreme learning machine
M. Gocić, D. Petkovic, Shahaboddin Shamshirband, A. Kamsin
Mathematics, Computer Science
Comput. Electron. Agric.
1 September 2016
TLDR
Results showed that ELM ET0,AHARG can be applied to forecast ET0 effectively and was found to be superior in modelling monthly ET0 than the other models, respectively. Expand
45 Citations
1
Drought Characterisation Based on Water Surplus Variability Index
M. Gocić, Slavisa Trajkovic
Environmental Science
Water Resources Management
14 May 2014
Drought assessment, characterisation and monitoring increasingly requires considering not only precipitation but also the other meteorological parameters such as an evapotranspiration. Thus, some new… Expand
26 Citations
1
Long-Term Precipitation Analysis and Estimation of Precipitation Concentration Index Using Three Support Vector Machine Methods
M. Gocić, Shahaboddin Shamshirband, Z. Razak, D. Petkovic, Sudheer Ch, Slavisa Trajkovic
Mathematics
30 April 2016
The monthly precipitation data from 29 stations in Serbia during the period of 1946–2012 were considered. Precipitation trends were calculated using linear regression method. Three CLINO periods… Expand
32 Citations
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