Design and Simulation of Non-linear Adaptive Filters to Forecast Air Pollution

[Jagadeesh Hallur, Vijayalaxmi Jain, Neelam Hande, Vrushali Waghmare] Volume 3: Issue 3, Dec 2016, pp 36-40

Abstract—Due to the modern living style, Industrialization and growth of vehicles on the road air pollution is becoming a major problem especially in Urban and Metropolitans cities. If correct & accurate prediction & precautions are taken for the air polluting components then it can be controlled to some extent. Here the previous values of air polluting components are used as knowledge base which is obtained based on  3 seasons i.e. (summer, winter, rainy). Using the Non-Linear Adaptive filtering and Artificial Neural Network (ANN) the prediction of particular day is made.


Index TermsArtificial Neural Network (ANN)

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