DOI:​10.1016/J.PROENG.2015.08.351
Corpus ID: 109140385
Weekly Prediction of Tides Using Neural Networks
A. Salim, G. S. Dwarakish, +3 authors R. Rajeesh
Published 2015
Engineering
Procedia Engineering
Abstract Knowledge of tide level is essential for explorations, safe navigation of ships in harbour, disposal of sediments and its movements, environmental observations and in many more coastal… Expand
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