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Modelling Temperature Variation of Mushroom Growing Hall Using Artificial Neural Networks

EasyChair Preprint no. 2409

10 pagesDate: January 18, 2020


The recent developments of computer and electronic systems have made the use of intelligent systems for the automation of agricultural industries. In this study, the temperature variation of the mushroom growing room was modeled by multi-layered perceptron and radial basis function networks based on independent parameters including ambient temperature, water temperature, fresh air and circulation air dampers, and water tap. According to the obtained results from the networks, the best network for MLP was in the second repetition with 12 neurons in the hidden layer and in 20 neurons in the hidden layer for radial basis function network. The obtained results from comparative parameters for two networks showed the highest correlation coefficient (0.966), the lowest root mean square error (RMSE) (0.787) and the lowest mean absolute error (MAE) (0.02746) for radial basis function. Therefore, the neural network with radial basis function was selected as a predictor of the behavior of the system for the temperature of mushroom growing halls controlling system.

Keyphrases: agricultural production, Artificial Neural Networks (ANN), Environmental Parameters, food production, food security, machine learning, Mushroom growth prediction

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  author = {Sina Ardabili and Amir Mosavi and Asghar Mahmoudi and Tarahom Mesri Gundoshmian and Saeed Nosratabadi and Annamária R. Várkonyi-Kóczy},
  title = {Modelling Temperature Variation of Mushroom Growing Hall Using Artificial Neural Networks},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 2409},

  year = {EasyChair, 2020}}
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