Hatice Çıtakoğlu
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Comparison of artificial intelligence techniques via empirical equations for prediction of solar radiation
H Citakoglu
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 118, 28-37, 2015
Trend, independence, stationarity, and homogeneity tests on maximum rainfall series of standard durations recorded in Turkey
T Haktanir, H Citakoglu
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 19 (9), 05014009, 2014
Estimation of monthly mean reference evapotranspiration in Turkey
H Citakoglu, M Cobaner, T Haktanir, O Kisi
Water Resources Management 28, 99-113, 2014
Modifying Hargreaves–Samani equation with meteorological variables for estimation of reference evapotranspiration in Turkey
M Cobaner, H Citakoğlu, T Haktanir, O Kisi
Hydrology Research 48 (2), 480-497, 2017
Estimation of mean monthly air temperatures in Turkey
M Cobaner, H Citakoglu, O Kisi, T Haktanir
Computers and electronics in agriculture 109, 71-79, 2014
A new insight to the wind speed forecasting: robust multi-stage ensemble soft computing approach based on pre-processing uncertainty assessment
EE Başakın, Ö Ekmekcioğlu, H Çıtakoğlu, M Özger
Neural Computing and Applications 34 (1), 783-812, 2022
Comparison of artificial intelligence techniques for prediction of soil temperatures in Turkey
H Citakoglu
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 130, 545-556, 2017
Comparison of neural network, Gaussian regression, support vector machine, long short-term memory, multi-gene genetic programming, and M5 Trees methods for solving civil …
E Uncuoglu, H Citakoglu, L Latifoglu, S Bayram, M Laman, M Ilkentapar, ...
Applied Soft Computing 129, 109623, 2022
Forecasting of solar radiation using different machine learning approaches
V Demir, H Citakoglu
Neural Computing and Applications 35 (1), 887-906, 2023
Comparison of hybrid machine learning methods for the prediction of short-term meteorological droughts of Sakarya Meteorological Station in Turkey
H Citakoglu, Ö Coşkun
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 29 (50), 75487-75511, 2022
Comparison of multiple learning artificial intelligence models for estimation of long-term monthly temperatures in Turkey
H Citakoglu
Arabian Journal of Geosciences 14, 1-16, 2021
Solar radiation prediction using multi-gene genetic programming approach
H Citakoglu, B Babayigit, NA Haktanir
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 142, 885-897, 2020
Modeling monthly reference evapotranspiration process in Turkey: application of machine learning methods
S Bayram, H Çıtakoğlu
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 195 (1), 67, 2023
Trend analysis and change point determination for hydro-meteorological and groundwater data of Kizilirmak basin
H Citakoglu, N Minarecioglu
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 145 (3-4), 1275-1292, 2021
Regional frequency analyses of successive-duration annual maximum rainfalls by L-moments method
T Haktanir, H Citakoglu, N Seckin
Hydrological Sciences Journal 61 (4), 647-668, 2016
Fifteen-stage operation of gated spillways for flood routing management through artificial reservoirs
T Haktanir, H Citakoglu, N Acanal
Hydrological sciences journal 58 (5), 1013-1031, 2013
Closure to “Trend, independence, stationarity, and homogeneity tests on maximum rainfall series of standard durations recorded in Turkey” by Tefaruk Haktanir and Hatice Citakoglu
T Haktanir, H Citakoglu
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 20 (10), 07015017, 2015
General and regional cross-station assessment of machine learning models for estimating reference evapotranspiration
Y Zouzou, H Citakoglu
Acta Geophysica 71 (2), 927-947, 2023
Prediction of the standardized precipitation index based on the long short-term memory and empirical mode decomposition-extreme learning machine models: The Case of Sakarya …
Ö Coşkun, H Citakoglu
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 131, 103418, 2023
Developing numerical equality to regional intensity–duration–frequency curves using evolutionary algorithms and multi-gene genetic programming
H Citakoglu, V Demir
Acta Geophysica 71 (1), 469-488, 2023
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