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Hydrological Modeling Using Chicken Swarm Optimization Algorithm – Case Study Oued El Melah (NE of Algeria)
 
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Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Amar Telidji University, P.O. Box 37.G, 03000 Laghouat, Algeria
 
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Material and Energies Research Laboratory, Faculty of Science and Technology, Amine Elokkal El Hadj Moussa Egakhamouk University, Tamanrasset, Algeria
 
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University of Science and Technology of Oran Mohamed Boudiaf, B.P. 1505, El M’Naouer Oran, Algeria
 
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Oulad Naoui Noureddine   

Material and Energies Research Laboratory, Faculty of Science and Technology, Amine Elokkal El Hadj Moussa Egakhamouk University, Tamanrasset, Algeria
 
 
Ecol. Eng. Environ. Technol. 2024; 8:109-119
 
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The aim of this article is Hydrological modeling using Chicken Swarm Optimization Algorithm. Interactions between meteorological and hydrometric data been identified as a major conducting factor stationarity in rainfall-runoff relationships. The methodology used in this work is rainfall-runoff modeling is Chicken Swarm Optimization Algorithm. This approach based on randomly selection and chicken society behaivoir. For the efficiency evaluation of Chicken Swarm Optimization Algorithm, a variety of statistical parameters have been used with acceptable values of Nash–Sutclife Efciency (NSE) with 0.38% and Index of Agreement (IA) with 0.91% . The important and new results are the hydrological models (empirical models) adaptation to Algerian conditions especially in ungagged basins. Therefore, the proposal of the present modelling is a technique using the CSO method to model the rainfall-runoff relationship and discharge forecasting in the OUED EL MELAH basin located in GUELMA city. CSO proves to be a valuable model for studies of the rainfall and flood runoff response to protection of agglomerations against flooding risks projections.
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