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Hydrological Modelling of Water Level near "Hahoe Village" Based on Multi-Layer Perceptron
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  • Journal title : International Journal of Contents
  • Volume 12, Issue 1,  2016, pp.49-53
  • Publisher : The Korea Contents Association
  • DOI : 10.5392/IJoC.2016.12.1.049
 Title & Authors
Hydrological Modelling of Water Level near "Hahoe Village" Based on Multi-Layer Perceptron
Oh, Sang-Hoon; Wakuya, Hiroshi;
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"Hahoe Village" in Andong region is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. It should be protected against various disasters such as fire, flooding, earthquake, etc. Among these disasters, flooding has drastic impact on the lives and properties in a wide area. Since "Hahoe Village" is adjacent to Nakdong River, it is important to monitor the water level near the village. In this paper, we developed a hydrological modelling using multi-layer perceptron (MLP) to predict the water level of Nakdong River near "Hahoe Village". To develop the prediction model, error back-propagation (EBP) algorithm was used to train the MLP with water level data near the village and rainfall data at the upper reaches of the village. After training with data in 2012 and 2013, we verified the prediction performance of MLP with untrained data in 2014.
Flooding;Water Level Prediction;Hahoe Village;Error Back-Propagation;Multi-Layer Perceptron;
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