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A Mobile Agent-Based Algorithm for Prediction of Inundation Area

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Computer Sciences, Government College University, Faisal Abad, PAKISTAN
  • 2College of Computer science and Information Technology, King Faisal University, Al Hasssa, SAUDI ARABIA
  • 3Faculty of Sciences, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan, PAKISTAN

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 3, Issue (1), Pages 72-77, January,2 (2014)


Flood is inevitable but can be predicted before time to secure maximum human lives and decrease its impacts. For this purpose, a lot of techniques have been developed to predict the flood like Hydrograph, unsteady Flow River like SPH(Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics), ANFAS, FRICS, DMS and CBC. However these are not efficient to take benefits of uprising concepts for prediction. To overcome the problems, we developed a system based on mobile agent concepts. For mobile agent communication, VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) is used which is useful in any type of critical conditions. For this, we develop a mobile agent based algorithm which can provide communication of server and client agent. This divides the system in two parts server and client agent. The client agent is responsible for calculating the discharge of flood based on water passing through the cross-section area, calculated by Simpson’s1/3rd method and its velocity. The responsibility of the server agents to take the decision of inundation area depends on the discharge of water and historical data.


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