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Thus the concentrations which remain following the photolytic period participate as raw material for the formation of ozone the next day. m. m. on the previous day is used as the input variable (Seinfeld, 1978). 3 and greater (Garcia, 2003); and 2) the t-ratio (t), used to obtain the degree of importance of each of the variables with respect to the dependent variable, namely ozone (see Table 2). , 1992) in the ANN model. All values of meteorological variables correspond to the day in question, so if models are to be used in real time, the values for that day are required.
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