Comparison of Neural Network and Recurrent Neural Network to Predict Rice Productivity in East Java

Author

Andi Hamdianah

Abstract

Rice is the staple food for most of the population in Indonesia which is processed from rice plants. To meet the needs and food security in Indonesia, a prediction is required. The predictions are carried out to find out the annual yield of rice in an area. Weather factors greatly affect production results so that in this study using weather parameters as input parameters. The Input Parameters are used in the Recurrent Neural Network algorithm with the Backpropagation learning process. The results are compared with Neural Networks with Backpropagation learning to find out the most effective method. In this study, the Recurrent Neural Network has better prediction results compared to a Neural Network. Based on the computational experiments, it is found that the Recurrent Neural Network obtained a Means Square Error of 0.000878 and a Mean Absolute Percentage Error of 10,8832%, while the Neural Network obtained a Means Square Error of 0.00104 and a Mean Absolute Percentage Error of 10,3804.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25126/jitecs.202053182