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Comparisons of RDII Predictions Using the RTK-based and Regression Methods
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 Title & Authors
Comparisons of RDII Predictions Using the RTK-based and Regression Methods
Kim, Jungruyl; Lee, Jaehyun; Oh, Jeill;
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 Abstract
In this study, the RDII predictions were compared using two methodologies, i.e., the RTK-based and regression methods. Long-term (1/1/2011~12/31/2011) monitoring data, which consists of 10-min interval streamflow and the amount of precipitation, were collected at the domestic study area (1.36 km2 located in H county), and used for the construction of the RDII prediction models. The RTK method employs super position of tri-triangles, and each triangle (called, unit hydrograph) is defined by three parameters (i.e., R, T and K) determined/optimized using Genetic Algorithm (GA). In regression method, the MovingAverage (MA) filtering was used for data processing. Accuracies of RDII predictions from these two approaches were evaluated by comparing the root mean square error (RMSE) values from each model, in which the values were calculated to 320.613 (RTK method) and 420.653 (regression method), respectively. As a results, the RTK method was found to be more suitable for RDII prediction during extreme rainfall event, than the regression method.
 Keywords
Rainfall-Derived Inflow and Infiltration(RDII);Regression Method;RTK Method;Unit Hydrograph;
 Language
Korean
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