MAPPING AND CLASSIFICATION OF SOIL PROPERTIES FROM TEXT DATASET USING RECURRENT CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORK
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Accurate and effective mapping of soil properties is regarded as a critical task in environmental and agricultural management. The evaluation of properties of soil is a daunting task while monitoring and sensing the environment. Existing sampling methods is a time-consuming and laborious job and they are limited based on the regions. However, the need of soil analysis and its properties is essential at landscape level. In this paper, we use Recurrent Convolution Neural Network (RCNN) to assess the soil properties via its classification task. The model in turn is compared with conventional geostatistical spatial interpolation methods. The utilization of Recurrent Neural Network (RNN) aims at studying the spatial and temporal variability of the properties of soil that adopts Kriging interpolation technique. The simulation is conducted to study the efficacy of the model under different soil conditions and the efficacy of RCNN is reported. The results of simulation shows that the proposed method achieves higher rate of classification accuracy than other models.

Authors
S Selvi1,V Saravanan2
Government College of Engineering, Bargur, India1, Dambi Dollo University, Ethiopia2

Keywords
Regional Convolutional Neural Network, Deep Learning, Soil Properties, Prediction
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ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Soft Computing
( Volume: 11 , Issue: 4 , Pages: 2438-3443 )
Date of Publication :
July 2021
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