Proposed Intelligent Pre-Processing Model of Real-Time Flood Forecasting and Warning for Data Classification and Aggregation

Marouane El Mabrouk, Salma Gaou


A wireless sensor network is a network that can design a self-organizing structure and provides effective support for several protocols such as routing, locating, discovering services, etc. It is composed of several nodes called sensors grouped together into a network to communicate with each other and with the base stations. Nowadays, the use of Wireless sensor networks increased considerably. It can collect physical data and transform it into a digital values in real-time to monitor in a continuous manner different disaster like flood. However, due to various factors that can affect the wireless sensor networks namely, environmental, manufacturing errors hardware and software problems etc... It is necessary to carefully select and filter the data from the wireless sensors since we are providing a decision support system for flood forecasting and warning. In this paper, we presents an intelligent Pre-Processing model of real-time flood forecasting and warning for data classification and aggregation. The proposed model consists on several stages to monitor the wireless sensors and its proper functioning, to provide the most appropriate data received from the wireless sensor networks in order to guarantee the best accuracy in terms of real-time data and to generate a historical data to be used in the further flood forecasting.


wireless sensor networks, multi-agent systems, data, classification, aggregation

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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