New Approach to Distributed Flood Prediction Model using Agents based Communication

Naveed Qasim

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Flood is the overflow of water from its normal ways to submerges land which is usually dry. It is clear that floods cannot be stopped, but the timely prediction and management is the only way to combat this hazard. Much work is documented on physical and logical solution to predict on the basis of risk to save people and reduce the destruction of their belongings. In this work we developed a logical model based on client and server agent communication to predict the hazard. In the process, initially a conceptual model is developed, further, an algorithm is constructed. Moreover, for it correctness and verification the algorithm is transformed to formal language Z. Finally the specified formal model is implemented using JAVA programming language.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21015/vtcs.v9i1.547

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