Genetic Programming Bibliography entries for Ali Danandeh Mehr

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GP coauthors/coeditors: Ercan Kahya, Ehsan Olyaie, Cahit Yerdelen, Mehmet Ozger, Mehmet Cuneyd Demirel, Vahid Nourani, Bahrudin Hrnjica, Amir Molajou, Ahmed M A Sattar, Zaher Mundher Yaseen, Masood Jabarnejad, Mohammad Ali Ghorbani, Rahman Khatibi, H Asadi, Farzaneh Bagheri, Rifat Resatoglu, Hamid Zare Abyaneh, Mir Jafar Sadegh Safari, Ali Uyumaz, Hilal Erdem,

Genetic Programming Articles by Ali Danandeh Mehr

  1. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Masood Jabarnejad and Vahid Nourani. Pareto-optimal MPSA-MGGP: A new gene-annealing model for monthly rainfall forecasting. Journal of Hydrology, 571:406-415, 2019. details

  2. Mir Jafar Sadegh Safari and Ali Danandeh Mehr. Multigene genetic programming for sediment transport modeling in sewers for conditions of non-deposition with a bed deposit. International Journal of Sediment Research, 33(3):262-270, 2018. details

  3. Mohammad Ali Ghorbani and Rahman Khatibi and Ali Danandeh Mehr and Hakimeh Asadi. Chaos-based multigene genetic programming: A new hybrid strategy for river flow forecasting. Journal of Hydrology, 562:455-467, 2018. details

  4. Ali Danandeh Mehr. Month Ahead Rainfall Forecasting Using Gene Expression Programming. American Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences, 1(2):63-70, 2018. details

  5. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Vahid Nourani. Season Algorithm-Multigene Genetic Programming: A New Approach for Rainfall-Runoff Modelling. Water Resources Management, 32(8):2665-2679, 2018. details

  6. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Vahid Nourani and Ercan Kahya and Bahrudin Hrnjica and Ahmed M. A. Sattar and Zaher Mundher Yaseen. Genetic programming in water resources engineering: A state-of-the-art review. Journal of Hydrology, 566:643-667, 2018. details

  7. Ali Danandeh Mehr. An improved gene expression programming model for streamflow forecasting in intermittent streams. Journal of Hydrology, 563:669-678, 2018. details

  8. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Ercan Kahya. A Pareto-optimal moving average multigene genetic programming model for daily streamflow prediction. Journal of Hydrology, 549:603-615, 2017. details

  9. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Vahid Nourani. A Pareto-optimal moving average-multigene genetic programming model for rainfall-runoff modelling. Environmental Modelling \& Software, 92:239-251, 2017. details

  10. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Vahid Nourani and Bahrudin Hrnjica and Amir Molajou. A binary genetic programing model for teleconnection identification between global sea surface temperature and local maximum monthly rainfall events. Journal of Hydrology, 555:397-406, 2017. details

  11. Ehsan Olyaie and Hamid Zare Abyaneh and Ali Danandeh Mehr. A comparative analysis among computational intelligence techniques for dissolved oxygen prediction in Delaware River. Geoscience Frontiers, 2016. details

  12. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Mehmet Cuneyd Demirel. On the Calibration of Multigene Genetic Programming to Simulate Low Flows in the Moselle River. Uludag University Journal of The Faculty of Engineering, 21(2):365-376, 2016. details

  13. Ali Uyumaz and Ali Danandeh Mehr and Ercan Kahya and Hilal Erdem. Rectangular side weirs discharge coefficient estimation in circular channels using linear genetic programming approach. Journal of Hydroinformatics, 16(6):1318-1330, 2014. details

  14. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Ercan Kahya and Mehmet Ozger. A gene-wavelet model for long lead time drought forecasting. Journal of Hydrology, 517:691-699, 2014. details

  15. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Ercan Kahya and Cahit Yerdelen. Linear genetic programming application for successive-station monthly streamflow prediction. Computer \& Geosciences, 70:63-72, 2014. details

  16. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Ercan Kahya and Ehsan Olyaie. Streamflow prediction using linear genetic programming in comparison with a neuro-wavelet technique. Journal of Hydrology, 505:240-249, 2013. details

Genetic Programming Books by Ali Danandeh Mehr

Genetic Programming conference papers by Ali Danandeh Mehr