An Artificial Intelligence-Based Environment Quality Analysis System

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Oprea , Mihaela ; Iliadis , Lazaros (2011)

Part 20: Informatics and Intelligent Systems Applications for Quality of Life information Services (ISQLIS) Workshop; International audience; The paper describes an environment quality analysis system based on a combination of some artificial intelligence techniques, artificial neural networks and rule-based expert systems. Two case studies of the system use are discussed: air pollution analysis and flood forecasting with their impact on the environment and on the population health. The system can be used by an environmental decision support system in order to manage various environmental critical situations (such as floods and environmental pollution), and to inform the population about the state of the environment quality.
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