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Machine Learning-Based Threatened Species Translocation Under Climate Vulnerability

Nandhi Kesavan*, Latha

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Anna University (BIT Campus), Tiruchirappalli, 620024, India

* Corresponding Author: Nandhi Kesavan. Email: email

Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing 2023, 36(1), 327-337.


Climate change is the most serious causes and has a direct impact on biodiversity. According to the world’s biodiversity conservation organization, reptile species are most affected since their biological and ecological qualities are directly linked to climate. Due to a lack of time frame in existing works, conservation adoption affects the performance of existing works. The proposed research presents a knowledge-driven Decision Support System (DSS) including the assisted translocation to adapt to future climate change to conserving from its extinction. The Dynamic approach is used to develop a knowledge-driven DSS using machine learning by applying an ecological and biological variable that characterizes the model and mitigation processes for species. However, the framework demonstrates the huge difference in the estimated significance of climate change, the model strategy helps to recognize the probable risk of threatened species translocation to future climate change. The proposed system is evaluated using various performance metrics and this framework can comfortably adapt to the decisions support to reintroduce the species for conservation in the future.


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N. Kesavan and . Latha, "Machine learning-based threatened species translocation under climate vulnerability," Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing, vol. 36, no.1, pp. 327–337, 2023.

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