Measurement and prediction of ozone levels around a heavily industrialized area : a neural network approach

  title={Measurement and prediction of ozone levels around a heavily industrialized area : a neural network approach},
  author={A. Elkamela and S. Abdul-Wahabb and W. Bouhamraa and E. Alpera},
  • A. Elkamela, S. Abdul-Wahabb, +1 author E. Alpera
  • Published 2000
This paper presents an artificial neural network model that is able to predict ozone concentrations as a function of meteorological conditions and precursor concentrations. The network was trained using data collected during a period of 60 days near an industrial area in Kuwait. A mobile monitoring station was used for data collection. The data were collected at the same site as the ozone measurements. The data fed to the neural network were divided into two sets: a training set and a testing… CONTINUE READING
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