RESEARCH ON NODE NETWORK TRANSMISSION CAPACITY PREDICTION MODEL FOR LARGE SCALE REMOTE SENSING DATA COLLECTION
Keywords: PSO, BP, prediction model, remote sensing data, network transmission capacity
Abstract. In recent years, the use of remote sensing technology has grown exponentially in various industries such as agriculture, forestry, and urban planning. Remote sensing data collection systems rely on a network of nodes to collect and transmit data. The transmission capacity of these node networks is a critical factor in the performance and efficiency of the entire system. However, accurately predicting the transmission capacity of a node network can be a challenging task. To carry out large scale open remote sensing data collection, it is necessary to predict the network transmission capacity of nodes in the face of the difference in the execution speed of each node for various tasks. It is necessary to predict the network transmission capacity of nodes. In this research, we propose a node network transmission capacity prediction model for large scale remote sensing data collection using a combination of Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) and Backpropagation (BP) algorithms. The proposed PSO-BP model aims to accurately predict the transmission capacity of a node network in a remote sensing data collection system. The model is tested and evaluated using a large-scale dataset and the results show that the proposed model outperforms existing models in terms of prediction accuracy. This work contributes to the field of remote sensing data collection by providing a reliable and efficient method for predicting the transmission capacity of node networks.