Internet of Things-Based Agricultural Mechanization Using Neural Network Extreme Learning on Rough Set
Ishbir Singh and
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Jian Chen: Jiangxi University of Engineering, China
Xiaohua Chen: Jiangxi University of Engineering, China
Qingyan Zeng: Jiangxi University of Engineering, China
Ishbir Singh: Gulzar Group of Institutions, Ludhiana, India
Amit Sharma: Gulzar Group of Institution, Ludhiana, India
International Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Information Systems (IJAEIS), 2021, vol. 12, issue 2, 15-29
Recently, the basic functioning of monitoring in internet of things (IoT) is to apply the monitored data to the database for the regular analysis through mobile or computer platform. The purpose of this article is to highlight the application scope of IoT knowledge and to present the model of agricultural IoT for prediction by studying the influence of IoT technology towards modern agriculture. In order to explore the uncertain characteristics of the development of agricultural mechanization, the evaluation index system is simplified through the existing rough set theory. The neural network model is established with five random provinces and cities in 31 provinces and municipalities as test samples. By comparing the data of the neural network model established before and after the reduction, the results show that the index coefficient is reduced by about 60% based on the fixed information before and after the reduction. The simulation evaluation accuracy established by the artificial neural network model is 100%, which is consistent with the results of the original index system.
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