DOI:​10.1016/S0029-8018(03)00115-X
Corpus ID: 62842302
Back-propagation neural network for long-term tidal predictions
Tsong-Lin Lee
Published 2004
Environmental Science
Ocean Engineering
During the recent years, the availability of accurate ocean tide models has become increasingly important, as tides are the main contributor to disposal and movement of sediments, tracers and… Expand
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