In this study, for the first time, the combination of Air Q+ software and wavelet neural network was used to predict the mor‑ tality rate caused by the increase in NO concentration in Tehran. In the combination of these two softwares, the wavelet neural network software was used to predict daily NO concentration based on 12 effective parameters, and then the annual concentration of NO was calculated using the daily concentration of wavelet neural network output. Then, annual con‑ centration of NO was used as the input of Air Q+ software. The mortality rate was calculated by Air Q+ software. In this research, the most appropriate predictive algorithm for neural network was studied and layer recurrent algorithm was the most appropriate algorithm. Then, capability of this network was enhanced to predict future NO concentration by wavelet transformation, and wavelet neural network was designed. Also, NO concentration is predicted for future 47 months by using of the time series of the previous data and the wavelet neural network. Analyzing the sensitivity of mortality resulted from NO concentration was done by using of wavelet neural network and Air Q+ software, and it was concluded that the increase or decrease in the parameters
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 4, 2018
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