Application of Fuzzy Logic for Monitoring of Appearance of Heat Waves in Large Towns

  • Jiri Bila
  • Jakub Jura
  • Martin Novak
Keywords: extreme temperatures, measurement on selected segment of large town, computations by a knowledge network, complex system, heat waves in large towns

Abstract

In the paper are introduced some results of the influence of cooling effect of vegetation on the climate in large towns. The results have been acquired from measurement of some meteorological variables in selected parts of large town and from application of fuzzy models on the prediction of maximum day temperature. Great motivation of the paper is not only course of maximum temperature in standard days but especially the more dramatic situations as is appearance of Heat Waves. Besides the selection of relevant variables and the design of knowledge based system (with application) is performed an approximation operation for knowledge based systém function taking into account the conditions throughout the city.

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2018-06-01
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BilaJ., JuraJ. and NovakM. 2018. Application of Fuzzy Logic for Monitoring of Appearance of Heat Waves in Large Towns. MENDEL. 24, 1 (Jun. 2018), 165-172. DOI:https://doi.org/10.13164/mendel.2018.1.165.
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