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CRY — An improved crop yield prediction model using bee hive clustering approach for agricultural data sets

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3 Author(s)
M. Gunasundari Ananthara ; Mother Teresa University Tamil Nadu, Inida ; T. Arunkumar ; R. Hemavathy

Agricultural researchers over the world insist on the need for an efficient mechanism to predict and improve the crop growth. The need for an integrated crop growth control with accurate predictive yield management methodology is highly felt among farming community. The complexity of predicting the crop yield is highly due to multi dimensional variable metrics and unavailability of predictive modeling approach, which leads to loss in crop yield. This research paper suggests a crop yield prediction model (CRY) which works on an adaptive cluster approach over dynamically updated historical crop data set to predict the crop yield and improve the decision making in precision agriculture. CRY uses bee hive modeling approach to analyze and classify the crop based on crop growth pattern, yield. CRY classified dataset had been tested using Clementine over existing crop domain knowledge. The results and performance shows comparison of CRY over with other cluster approaches.

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Pattern Recognition, Informatics and Mobile Engineering (PRIME), 2013 International Conference on

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21-22 Feb. 2013