عنوان مقاله [English]
The aim of this study is the spatial prediction runoff using hydrometric and meteorological stations data. The research shows that usually there is a certain communication between the meteorological and hydrometric data of upstream basin and runoff rates in output basin. So, if can be extracted the rules related to historical data that recorded at stations, can be easily predicted runoff amount based on data measured. Accordingly, among the tools available, the fuzzy theory (with flexibility in developing fuzzy rules) can be provide the knowledge lies in the observed data to parameters prediction in real time. So, in this research the fuzzy inference system has been used for estimating runoff rates at stations located in the Taleghan river downstream using rain gage stations and hydrometric stations upstream. Because the inappropriate values associated with membership functions, the fuzzy system model can not provide correct value for the prediction. In this study, a combination of intelligence-based optimization algorithm and fuzzy theory developed to accelerate and improve modeling. The result of proposed model, optimum values to each membership function that related to dependent and independent variable extracted and based on it’s the runoff rates in rivers downstream predicted. The results of this study were shown that the high accuracy of proposed model compared with fuzzy inference system. Also based on proposed model can be more accurately the rate of runoff estimated for future conditions.
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