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    Title: 應用類神經網路探討衛星影像對集水區降雨量推估之影響
    Other Titles: Watershed rainfall estimation from satellite imagery using neural networks
    Authors: 呂珮雯;Lu, Pei-wen
    Contributors: 淡江大學水資源及環境工程學系碩士班
    張麗秋;Chang, Li-chiu
    Keywords: 降雨預報模式;衛星影像;多變量線性迴歸分析;倒傳遞類神經網路;自組特徵映射網路;rainfall forecasting model,;satellite imagery;multivariate linear regression method;back-propagation neural network;self-organizing map
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 07:27:22 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究主要目的是使用類神經網路探討衛星影像資訊對於降雨量推估的影響,因為衛星影像的資料維度相當大且非線性,導致從衛星影像中獲得可用的資訊是相當困難的,因此使用類神經網路中對於影像辨識成果極佳的自組特徵映射網路(SOM)進行衛星影像的處理。
    The main purpose of this study is to explore the influence of satellite imagery information on rainfall estimation using artificial neural networks. However, it is often difficult to extract interpretable information from satellite images, as data dimensions are large and nonlinear. We proposed the self-organizing map (SOM), one of artificial neural network adept at pattern cognition.
    In this study, watershed rainfall estimation models are constructed to forecast the rainfall summation of future six hours during typhoon events. The models are based on SOM or linear regression to investigate the characteristics of satellite imagery information and its influence on rainfall estimation. The available data are hourly rainfall data of sixteen rainfall gauge stations in the Shihmen watershed from 25 typhoon events and GMS-5/MTSAT remotely sensed data are collected from 2000 to 2004 and 2006.
    In order to investigate the characteristics and compare the performance among the different models, we designed three cases with different sizes or amount of rainfall in training data, then constructed six different models, multivariate linear regression model (MLR), back-propagation neural network (BP), self-organizing map linking with BP (SOMBP), self-organizing map linking with linear regression (SOMMLR), SOMBP linking with BP (SOMBP+BP) and SOMMLR linking with BP linear regression (SOMMLR+BP), to estimate the future six-hour rainfall summation. The input variables have two types: the past three six-hour rainfall summations and satellite images. The results show that (1) the MLR models have nice performances when the input variable only include the past rainfall summations, (2) SOM indeed has the ability to extract patterns from satellite data, (3) SOMBP and SOMMLR can get better results when the input variables are the past rainfall summations and satellite images. The satellite imagery information is indeed helpful to improve the accurate of rainfall estimation.
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