Experience with fuzzy-rule-based modeling of hydrological extremes

Istvan Bogardi, Lucien Duckstein, R. Pongrácz, Agnes Galambosi

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Abstract

Results of fuzzy-rule-based modeling are presented for linking atmospheric circulation patterns (CP) and El Niño- Southern Oscillation (ENSO) to local climatic factors with the ultimate goal of long-term forecasting. Two important climatic factors will be considered. These are monthly precipitation and drought index over three remote locations of different climate: Arizona, Nebraska, and Hungary. CP is represented by the daily geopotential height maps classified either with cluster analysis using the k-means method used in Arizona and Nebraska, or the Hess and Brezowsky scheme for the European continent. The ENSO phenomena are represented by time series of the Southern Oscillation Index (SOI). In every case, the fuzzy-rule-based approach reproduces the statistical properties of monthly precipitation and drought index. The best results require considering the joint forcing of CP and ENSO information. Separate use of either the relative frequencies of CP types as premises or the lagged SOI shows that neither formulation can reproduce the empirical frequency distributions. Statistical measures of dependence between CP, ENSO, and the precipitation/drought index are relatively weak, precluding the use of other techniques such as multivariate regression. In every case, the calculated time series reproduces the observed time series for the calibration period. In Arizona the calculated precipitation time series, and in Nebraska the calculated drought index reproduces fairly well the observed time series even for the validation periods. In Hungary the observed time series for the validation periods are not reproduced.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 9th United Engineering Foundation Conference on Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources - Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources IX
Pages44-60
Number of pages17
Volume306
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2000
Event9th United Engineering Foundation Conference on Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources - Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources IX - Santa Barbara, CA, United States
Duration: Oct 15 2000Oct 20 2000

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Other9th United Engineering Foundation Conference on Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources - Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources IX
CountryUnited States
CitySanta Barbara, CA
Period10/15/0010/20/00

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Southern Oscillation
Fuzzy rules
Fuzzy Rules
Time series
Extremes
Drought
Precipitation (meteorology)
time series
Oscillation
drought
Modeling
modeling
Measures of Dependence
Multivariate Regression
Cluster analysis
K-means
Cluster Analysis
geopotential
Climate
atmospheric circulation

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Statistics, Probability and Uncertainty
  • Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality
  • Water Science and Technology

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Bogardi, I., Duckstein, L., Pongrácz, R., & Galambosi, A. (2000). Experience with fuzzy-rule-based modeling of hydrological extremes. In Proceedings of the 9th United Engineering Foundation Conference on Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources - Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources IX (Vol. 306, pp. 44-60) https://doi.org/10.1061/40577(306)5

Experience with fuzzy-rule-based modeling of hydrological extremes. / Bogardi, Istvan; Duckstein, Lucien; Pongrácz, R.; Galambosi, Agnes.

Proceedings of the 9th United Engineering Foundation Conference on Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources - Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources IX. Vol. 306 2000. p. 44-60.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Bogardi, I, Duckstein, L, Pongrácz, R & Galambosi, A 2000, Experience with fuzzy-rule-based modeling of hydrological extremes. in Proceedings of the 9th United Engineering Foundation Conference on Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources - Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources IX. vol. 306, pp. 44-60, 9th United Engineering Foundation Conference on Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources - Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources IX, Santa Barbara, CA, United States, 10/15/00. https://doi.org/10.1061/40577(306)5
Bogardi I, Duckstein L, Pongrácz R, Galambosi A. Experience with fuzzy-rule-based modeling of hydrological extremes. In Proceedings of the 9th United Engineering Foundation Conference on Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources - Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources IX. Vol. 306. 2000. p. 44-60 https://doi.org/10.1061/40577(306)5
Bogardi, Istvan ; Duckstein, Lucien ; Pongrácz, R. ; Galambosi, Agnes. / Experience with fuzzy-rule-based modeling of hydrological extremes. Proceedings of the 9th United Engineering Foundation Conference on Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources - Risk-Based Decisionmaking in Water Resources IX. Vol. 306 2000. pp. 44-60
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