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European Agrophysical Journal; Vol. 1, No. 1; 2014
Evaluation of Applications of HUMIN PLUS Using Fuzzy Inference System
M.V. Ostrovskij1, D.A. Kurtener2, S.V. Tsukanov3
¹ European Agrophysical Institute, Lugano, Switzerland
² Agrophysical Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia
³ The German-Ukrainian Center for Innovative Agri-industrial Technologies – FuTech, Kharkov, Ukraine
Abstract. By using Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS), several fuzzy inference system (FIS) were built to define the contiguous relations between characteristics of energy of germination of seeds, different concentrations of emulsion of sapropel, magnetic treatment of water, and time after sowing. Performance of the ANFIS model is compared in two data sets: (1) training sets, and (2) testing sets. The correlation between the observed and forecasted values shows that the ANFIS describes well the relationship between the input and output data.
Keywords: HUMIN PLUS, magnetic treatment, Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System