Performance Evaluation of ANN Models for Prediction
One of the biggest problems that humans are faced with today is pollution and climate change. Pollution is not a new phenomenon and remains a leading cause of diseases and deaths. Mining, industrialization, exploration and urbanization caused global pollution, whose burdens are shared by developed and undeveloped countries alike. Awareness and stricter laws in the developed countries have contributed to environmental protection. Although all countries have paid attention to pollution, the impact and severity of its long-term consequences are being felt. There is a cause-and-effect link between the pollution of air, water and soil and the environment. This research aimed to prove that the main function of the philosophy of science is to have a functional understanding of knowledge, which views knowledge as a tool for prediction. Prediction is the function or mission of science or the goal that must be achieved if the scientific project is successful. In other words, prediction is the final harvest of description and interpretation. In addition, science is primarily concerned with the prediction of events that have occurred in the universe. A mature prediction is what science provides to validate scientific models. This paper introduced the concepts of using machine learning techniques to enhance the prediction process results. Pollution data set and the negative effects of polluted air data were used. We built, trained and tested various models in order to find the optimal model, which could enhance the results of the prediction process.