Application of grey system GM(1, N) model to predicting spring flow

  title={Application of grey system GM(1, N) model to predicting spring flow},
  author={Wei Wang and Yonghong Hao and Xin Du},
  journal={2007 IEEE International Conference on Grey Systems and Intelligent Services},
In China, carbonate rocks outcrop widely at the surface or exit at shallow depths below the surface covering 1.3 million km or one-seventh of the country's territory. The major karst areas in China are located in densely populated and economically important regions, moreover, almost one-quarter of the total water resources of China is of the karstic origin. The management and development of the karst areas thus form important sectors of the economy. As a representative of karst springs in North… CONTINUE READING
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