Re: coupling neural networks and fuzzy logic for forecasting purposes

From: Russell Hersberger (russ.hersberger@home.com)
Date: Mon Dec 10 2001 - 17:02:41 MET

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    > > Since identical rainfall (i.e. identical inputs) results in a very
    > > different runoff (i.e. different outputs) depending on the dryness of
    > > the soil, the dryness of the soil has in fact the role of a state
    variable.
    > > I think that such state variable could not be very useful is used as
    > > input to the system.

    As you say, dryness is a state variable. Therefore the level of dryness at
    the time the rain starts is the initial condition for the state variable.
    This can be modelled as a fixed input to the system.
    Russ

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