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Title: Deep Learning Neural Network Model for Tunnel Ground Surface Settlement Prediction Based on Sensor Data
Authors: Cao, Yang
Zhou, Xiaokang
Yan, Ke 
Issue Date: 27-Aug-2021
Publisher: Hindawi Limited
Citation: Cao, Yang, Zhou, Xiaokang, Yan, Ke (2021-08-27). Deep Learning Neural Network Model for Tunnel Ground Surface Settlement Prediction Based on Sensor Data. Mathematical Problems in Engineering 2021 : 9488892. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Rights: Attribution 4.0 International
Abstract: Monitoring and prediction of ground settlement during tunnel construction are of great significance to ensure the safe and reliable operation of urban tunnel systems. Data-driven techniques combining artificial intelligence (AI) and sensor networks are popular methods in the field, which have several advantages, including high prediction accuracy, efficiency, and low cost. Deep learning, as one of the advanced techniques in AI, is demanded for the tunnel settlement forecasting problem. However, deep neural networks often require a large amount of training data. Due to the tunnel construction, the available training data samples are limited, and the data are univariate (i.e., containing only the settlement data). In response to the above problems, this research proposes a deep learning model that only requires limited number of training data for short-period prediction of the tunnel surface settlement. In the proposed complete ensemble empirical mode decomposition with adaptive noise long short term memory (CEEMDAN-LSTM model), single-dimensional data is divided into multidimensional data by CEEMDAN through the complete ensemble empirical mode decomposition. Each component is then predicted by a LSTM neural network and superimposed for obtaining the final prediction result. Experimental results show that, compared with existing machine learning techniques and algorithms, this deep learning method has higher prediction accuracy and acceptable computational efficiency. In the case of small samples, this method can significantly improve the accuracy of time series forecasting. © 2021 Yang Cao et al.
Source Title: Mathematical Problems in Engineering
ISSN: 1024-123X
DOI: 10.1155/2021/9488892
Rights: Attribution 4.0 International
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