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... the SVM method is showing less error in classifying precipitations of any rainy days with no rain, low rain, and the average raining, but in predicting, ANN method is showing less root mean square error. Yoon et al. (2011) (Yoon et al., 2011) compared SVM and ANN for modeling lake level fluctuations concluded that SVM works better than ANN. Çimen et al. (2009) (Çimen and Kisi, 2009) also in their studies to compare SVM and ANN techniques for predicting lake water levels and groundwater levels concluded that SVM is superior to ANN.
The goal of this study is to compare two of the more promising and frequently used soft computing techniques, namely SVM and ANN in modeling the monthly precipitations. Therefore, both techniques were applied to estimate the precipitations in the central area of Hamadan state, west of Iran and the results were compared with each other.
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