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A Hybrid Precipitation Prediction Method based on Multicellular Gene Expression Programming

  title={A Hybrid Precipitation Prediction Method based on Multicellular Gene Expression Programming},
  author={Hongyan Li and Yuzhong Peng and Chuyan Deng and Yonghua Pan and Daoqing Gong and Hao Zhang},
Prompt and accurate precipitation forecast is very important for development management of regional water resource, flood disaster prevention and people's daily activity and production plan; however, non-linear and nonstationary characteristics of precipitation data and noise seriously affect forecast accuracy. [...] Key Result Comparative result for simulation experiment with actual precipitation data in Zhengzhou, Nanning and Melbourne in Australia indicated that: fitting and forecasting performance of…Expand
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