Generating Rainfall Data using GANs

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Rainfall prediction is one of the major discussions in the meteorology because it is a major factor on which many things in the environment rely on. Neural Nets or any other machine learning algorithms need very large amount of data in order to achieve better accuracy but sometimes data can be scarce, this type of problems can be resolved by using Generative Adversarial Networks. Generative Adversarial Networks which are known for generating data by using the existing features from the old data, like generating images etc. There are many types of datasets which are scarce, rainfall data in one among them. So, the proposed system generates the rainfall data using GAN. The generated data is used for training the classifier, which predicts the rainfall.




Posonia, A. M., Reddy, P. S. G., & P, P. Aneesh. (2019). Generating Rainfall Data using GANs. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(2), 4124–4127.

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