UReslham : Radar reflectivity inversion for smart agriculture with spatial federated learning over geostationary satellite observations

Jin, Zhengyong and Xu, Xiaolong and Bilal, Muhammad and Wu, Songyu and Lin, Huichao (2024) UReslham : Radar reflectivity inversion for smart agriculture with spatial federated learning over geostationary satellite observations. Computational Intelligence, 40 (3): e12684.

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Abstract

The frequent occurrence of severe convective weather has certain adverse effects on the smart agriculture industry. To enhance the prediction of severe convective weather, the inversion model effectively fills radar reflectivity data gaps by leveraging geostationary satellite data, offering more comprehensive and accurate support for meteorological information in smart agriculture systems. Nevertheless, collaborative cross‐regional inversion driven by dispersed radar data faces challenges in efficiency, privacy, and model accuracy. To this end, we employ an U‐shaped residual network with an embedded light hybrid attention mechanism and utilize a federated averaging algorithm for efficient distributed training across multiple devices which could preserve the privacy of data from different locations, thereby improving inversion performance. In addition, to address the unbalanced nature of radar data, a weighted loss function is designed to enhance the model's sensitivity to high radar reflectivity. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed model exhibits a certain level of improvement in evaluating radar reflectivity inversion performance across different thresholds compared to other models, thus substantiating the superiority of the proposed approach.

Item Type:
Journal Article
Journal or Publication Title:
Computational Intelligence
Subjects:
?? deep learningsmart agriculturespatial federated learningremote sensingradar reflectivity ??
ID Code:
221426
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Deposited On:
18 Jun 2024 10:20
Refereed?:
Yes
Published?:
Published
Last Modified:
16 Jul 2024 01:18