Deep Learning Approach for Forecasting Water Quality in IoT Systems

Type Article
Date 2020
Language English
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Author(s) Thai-Nghe Nguyen1, Thanh-Hai Nguyen1, Chi Ngon Nguyen1
Affiliation(s) 1 : College of ICT Can Tho University Can Tho City, Vietnam
Source International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications (2156-5570) (IJACSA), 2020 , Vol. 11 , N. 8 , P. 686-693
Note Paper 83
Keyword(s) Forecasting model, deep learning, Long-Short Term Memory (LSTM), water quality indicators

Global climate change and water pollution effects have caused many problems to the farmers in fish/shrimp raising, for example, the shrimps/fishes had early died before harvest. How to monitor and manage quality of the water to help the farmers tackling this problem is very necessary. Water quality monitoring is important when developing IoT systems, especially for aquaculture and fisheries. By monitoring the real-time sensor data indicators (such as indicators of salinity, temperature, pH, and dissolved oxygen - DO) and forecasting them to get early warning, we can manage the quality of the water, thus collecting both quality and quantity in shrimp/fish raising. In this work, we introduce an architecture with a forecasting model for the IoT systems to monitor water quality in aquaculture and fisheries. Since these indicators are collected every day, they becomes sequential/time series data, we propose to use deep learning with Long-Short Term Memory (LSTM) algorithm for forecasting these indicators. Experimental results on several data sets show that the proposed approach works well and can be applied for the real systems

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Thai-Nghe Nguyen, Thanh-Hai Nguyen, Chi Ngon Nguyen (2020). Deep Learning Approach for Forecasting Water Quality in IoT Systems. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, 11(8), 686-693. Open Access version :