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Question by sj
Submitted on 8/18/2006
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Dear members,
                        I am new to Neural networks, and would like to
get advise form experienced users suggestions for my problem,
Problem and data
I am having a sensor which measures salt content of water in a hard
water body and the sensor gives time series data of salt content. As
time progress( after 3 months or so) the sensor is getting deposited
with minerals and the measurement start drifting form the correct
values( this could be nonlinear as it depends on various factors). The
target of me is to correct the drift to the normal values. I intent to
use neural network for this purpose. i.e. to learn the correct behavior
of the sensor and estimate the drift and apply the correction / or
deduce the rate of drift form the drifting portion of the time series
using neural network and make correction. Can any one suggest the best
net work to be used for this problem?

My data will be
Time    salt content
day1     measure-1
day2     measure-2
.....       .......
please tell me
How to input this data to the network also

thank you,

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