BISC: BISC Seminar, May 3, 2001

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    Application of Fuzzy Logic to River Water Quality Classification

    BISC seminar

    Dr. Ashok W. Deshpande
    Former Deputy Director
    National Environmental Engineering Research Institute, India

    May 3, 2001
    380 Soda Hall
    4:00-5:00pm

    Abstract:

    Abstract: Information on the status and changing trends in environmental
    quality is necessary to formulate sound public policies and efficient
    implementation of
    environmental quality programs.It has become more important in the
    context of the present times when rapid increase in urbanization and
    industrialition are competing
    with each other in deteriorating environmental quality in general, and
    river water quality in particular.

    One of the ways of communicating information on the status of river
    water quality to policy makers and public at large, is with
    indices.Application of fuzzy logic is
    one of the effective ways of describing river water quality in
    linguistic terms. The case study presents the classification of water
    quality for bathing proposes in river
    Ganga, India at three distinct sampling stations along the river.

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