Review on significant parameters in water quality and the related artificial intelligent applications

  title={Review on significant parameters in water quality and the related artificial intelligent applications},
  author={S. N. Shamsudin and A. A. Azman and N. Ismail and M. Rahiman and Azizah Ahmad and M. Taib},
  journal={2015 IEEE 6th Control and System Graduate Research Colloquium (ICSGRC)},
This paper presents a review on significant parameters and techniques in water quality assessments used for drinking, domestic purposes and recreational purposes. To ensure water in good quality there are several parameters that have to be considered. Water quality index (WQI) is one of the most effective tools to an attempt to ascertain the water quality. There are many techniques on water quality assessments and some of them are regression analysis, fuzzy reasoning, support vector machine… Expand
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