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Artificial neural network technique for modeling of groundwaterlevel in Langat Basin, Malaysia
M. Khaki, I. Yusoff, +1 author N. H. Hussin
Published 2016
Forecasting of groundwater level variations is a significantly needed in groundwater resource management. Precise water level prediction assists in practical and optimal usage of water resources. The… Expand
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