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India's economy has always been reliant on the agricultural industry since the country's independence. On the other side, the agricultural industry has been greatly dependent on nature and rainfall. The agriculture yield and the development of frugality will be better as we more effectively combat the pungency of decline. Time series prediction (prediction) is based on complex processes in chemistry, biometrics, meteorology, geology, astronomy, stock demand, and other fields as well. Numerous prediction models help to increase the capacity to lessen the consequences of the dangers this kind of query causes. The formulation of a model for rainfall operations, in particular falling across an area in the presence of chaos, is discussed in this study using a neural fuzzy method. Nevertheless, a prediction model is created for the analysis of decline. Traditional modelling methods have shown to be quite effective in modelling, identifying, and making predictions using separate models that operate on various nonlinear systems and processes. We thus employ chaotic time series in our study. The outcomes obtained as a consequence have a low prediction error, which is needed to get a useful comparison to developing an improved prediction model for adaptive neural networks or chaotic neuro-fuzzy systems.
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