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The Chemical Oxygen Demand Modeling Based on a Dynamic Structure Neural Network

By Junfei Qiao, Qili Chen and Honggui Han

Submitted: June 16th 2010Reviewed: October 27th 2010Published: April 1st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/15778

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Junfei Qiao, Qili Chen and Honggui Han (April 1st 2011). The Chemical Oxygen Demand Modeling Based on a Dynamic Structure Neural Network, Waste Water - Evaluation and Management, Fernando Sebastián García Einschlag, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/15778. Available from:

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