Sequence prediction of missing data of spatio-temporal series of marine environmental elements based on ST-ResNet model

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  • Yuanfeng Zhong

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/

Keywords:

Marine environmental elements, Deep learning, ST-ResNet model

Abstract

Spatial data of marine environmental elements are of great significance to the marine industry and marine safety, and they are also affected by external factors. This results in a new method for spatial and temporal sequence prediction of marine environmental elements based on the ST-ResNet model. Specifically, the temporal distance, period, and trend of marine regions are modelled by residual networks, and different residual sub-networks are used for each characteristic, in each sub-network, different weights are assigned to different branches and regions by simulating the changes of marine data, and the output is finally fitted to obtain the output. The ST-ResNet model was validated on the ERA5 dataset as an example, and compared with other prediction models, the ST-ResNet model achieved better results, which verified the effectiveness of the method in predicting the temporal and spatial sequences of marine environmental elements.

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30-03-2024

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Zhong, Y. (2024). Sequence prediction of missing data of spatio-temporal series of marine environmental elements based on ST-ResNet model. Journal of Computing and Electronic Information Management, 12(2), 76-80. https://doi.org/10.54097/

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