An emotional learning-neuro-fuzzy inference approach for optimum training and forecasting of gas consumption estimation models with cognitive data
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KeywordsEmotional learning fuzzy inference system (ELFIS); Natural gas demand; Adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS); Conventional regression; Artificial neural network (ANN); Analysis of variance (ANOVA); Optimization;
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