Neural network for seasonal climate precipitation prediction on the Brazil
Keywords:Precipitation, Seasonal climate prediction, Self-configured neural network
Precipitation is the hardest meteorological field to be predicted. An approach based on and optimal neural network is applied for climate precipitation prediction for the Brazil. A self-configurated multi-layer perceptron neural network (MLP-NN) is used as a predictor tool. The MLP-NN topology is found by solving an optimization problem by the Multi-Particle Collision Algorithm (MPCA). Prediction for Summer and Winter seasons are shown. The neural forecasting is evaluated by using the reanalysis data from the NCEP/NCAR and data from satellite GPCP (Global Precipitation Climatology Project -- monthly precipitation dataset).
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