RELEVANCIA DE LAS VARIABLES METEOROLÓGICAS EN EL DISEÑO DE UN MODELO DE PREDICCIÓN DE LOS NIVELES DE OZONO, EN TIEMPO REAL, BASADO EN EL USO DE REDES NEURONALES

Elena Agirre Basurko, Alvaro Anta Sanz, Luis Javier R. Barrón, Marivi Albizu Etxeberria

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La calidad del aire, el estudio de los principales contaminantes atmosféricos, el comportamiento de éstos, los niveles y focos de emisión, las variables que toman parte en la formación de estos contaminantes y aspectos similares han sido tema de investigación en las últimas décadas (Finlayson y Pitts, 1986). La vigilancia de los niveles registrados, la determinación de la evolución de los contaminantes atmosféricos así como la elaboración de modelos de predicción de los niveles de estos contaminantes son temas fundamentales  en el diseño de estrategias de control y vigilancia de la contaminación atmosférica, que permitirán mejorar la calidad del aire.

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