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Weather Data Handlings for Tornado Recognition Using mHGN

Abstract : The usage of the mHGN as a pattern recognizer cannot necessarily be used to recognize tornados. Two important issues that need to be solved first are related to data handlings of not-accurately recorded data, and to those of complex weather data. The not-so-appropriate data handlings will produce high false positive and true negative rate of the recognition results. Yet, the latest development of those data handlings has been carried out, and has shown positive and promising results. Such a new approach of data handlings can, therefore, be used to improve the quality and the accuracy of forecasting a tornado. The results taken from a simulated circumstances of a multidimensional pattern recognition have shown, that the tornado can be recognized around 9 h earlier with 90% of accuracy. However, several improvements related to the data representation within the mHGN architecture need to be implemented. The deployment of mHGN in several risky areas of tornados can then be expected as an alternative way of reducing damages, losses, and costs.
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Benny Benyamin Nasution, Rahmat Widia Sembiring, Muhammad Syahruddin, Nursiah Mustari, Abdul Rahman Dalimunthe, et al.. Weather Data Handlings for Tornado Recognition Using mHGN. 2nd International Conference on Information Technology in Disaster Risk Reduction (ITDRR), Oct 2017, Sofia, Bulgaria. pp.36-54, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-18293-9_5⟩. ⟨hal-02280323⟩



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