Optimal Prediction of Weather Conditon Based on C4.5 Classification Technique

M. Manikandan, R. Mala

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In this paper focuses, an implementing the classification technique of C4.5 algorithm can be analyzed for  the performance and accuracy of technique which can be used in weather prediction of training data under the various regions  such as  Tamil Nadu, Andra Pradesh, Gujarat and Odhisa. Finally, weather condition can be predicted on various monsoons seasonally on the respective class label of climate range.

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