Growth model for white shrimp in semi intensive farming using inductive reasoning methodology

Abstract

A growth model for occidental white shrimp Penaeus vannamei in semi intensive farming using Fuzzy Inductive Reasoning FIR methodology is presented The model was developed using data from cycles of culture at the El Remolino shrimp farm located on the Northwest Paci c Coast in Sinaloa Mexico Due to the nature of the available data special routines for handling missing data had to be used Several qualitative relationships were found using the FIR methodology The signi cant variables detected were temperature salinity oxygen and weight The model was validated with two cycles that had not been used in deriving the model The forecast results exhibited an error near which is a considerable improvement over the error of obtained by classical statistical methods The use of FIR methodology in aquaculture seems very promising It can help farmers nd good farming strategies for obtaining better pro ts

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@inproceedings{Carvajal1997GrowthMF, title={Growth model for white shrimp in semi intensive farming using inductive reasoning methodology}, author={Ra ul Carvajal and {\`A}ngela Nebot}, year={1997} }