DOI:10.1155/2014/432976
Corpus ID: 9384079
Accuracy Enhancement for Forecasting Water Levels of Reservoirs and River Streams Using a Multiple-Input-Pattern Fuzzification Approach
N. Valizadeh, A. El-Shafie, +3 authors O. Jaafar
Published 2014
Medicine, Computer Science

The Scientific World Journal
Water level forecasting is an essential topic in water management affecting reservoir operations and decision making. Recently, modern methods utilizing artificial intelligence, fuzzy logic, and… Expand
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