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Extraction of the Convective Day Category Index Using Data Mining Techniques

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4 Author(s)
Evangelos G. Tsagalidis ; Hellenic Agricultural Insurance Organization, Meteorological Applications Center, International Airport Macedonia, GR-55103 Thessaloniki, GREECE, ; Leonidas Karamitopoulos ; Georgios Evangelidis ; Dimitris A. Dervos

One of the tasks of the Hellenic Hail Suppression Program is the determination of the observed convective day category (CDC) index. This process is accomplished by having the meteorologists analyze the operational data manually. To automate and speed up this procedure we have developed an application in the CLIPS Expert System environment that calculates the observed CDC index. In this paper we examine the appropriate data mining techniques that could be used to extract this index from operational data automatically.

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2005 IEEE Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications

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5-7 Sept. 2005