Genetic Programming Bibliography entries for Vahid Nourani

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GP coauthors/coeditors: Ali Danandeh Mehr, Bahrudin Hrnjica, Amir Molajou, Ercan Kahya, Ahmed M Abdel Sattar, Zaher Mundher Yaseen, Masood Jabarnejad, Aida Hosseini Baghanam, Jan Adamowski, Ozgur Kisi, Biswajeet Pradhan, Hamid Ghaffari, Seyed Saber Sharifi, Masoud Zare Naghadehi, Masoud Samaei, Masoud Ranjbarnia,

Genetic Programming Articles by Vahid Nourani

  1. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Masood Jabarnejad and Vahid Nourani. Pareto-optimal MPSA-MGGP: A new gene-annealing model for monthly rainfall forecasting. Journal of Hydrology, 571:406-415, 2019. details

  2. Masoud Zare Naghadehi and Masoud Samaei and Masoud Ranjbarnia and Vahid Nourani. State-of-the-art predictive modeling of TBM performance in changing geological conditions through gene expression programming. Measurement, 126:46-57, 2018. details

  3. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Vahid Nourani. Season Algorithm-Multigene Genetic Programming: A New Approach for Rainfall-Runoff Modelling. Water Resources Management, 32(8):2665-2679, 2018. details

  4. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Vahid Nourani and Ercan Kahya and Bahrudin Hrnjica and Ahmed M. A. Sattar and Zaher Mundher Yaseen. Genetic programming in water resources engineering: A state-of-the-art review. Journal of Hydrology, 566:643-667, 2018. details

  5. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Vahid Nourani. A Pareto-optimal moving average-multigene genetic programming model for rainfall-runoff modelling. Environmental Modelling \& Software, 92:239-251, 2017. details

  6. Ali Danandeh Mehr and Vahid Nourani and Bahrudin Hrnjica and Amir Molajou. A binary genetic programing model for teleconnection identification between global sea surface temperature and local maximum monthly rainfall events. Journal of Hydrology, 555:397-406, 2017. details

  7. Vahid Nourani and Biswajeet Pradhan and Hamid Ghaffari and Seyed Saber Sharifi. Landslide susceptibility mapping at Zonouz Plain, Iran using genetic programming and comparison with frequency ratio, logistic regression, and artificial neural network models. Natural Hazards, 71(1) 2014. details

  8. Vahid Nourani and Aida Hosseini Baghanam and Jan Adamowski and Ozgur Kisi. Applications of hybrid wavelet-Artificial Intelligence models in hydrology: A review. Journal of Hydrology, 514:358-377, 2014. details