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Fisher's linear discriminant analysis based prediction using transient features of Seismic Events in Coal Mines
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Identification of seismic activity levels in coal mines is important to avoid accidents such as rockburst. Creating an early warning system that can save lives requires an automated way of predicting. This study proposes a prediction algorithm for the AAIA'16 Data Mining Challenge: Predicting Dangerous Seismic Events in Active Coal Mines that is based on transient activity features along with average indicators evaluated by a Fisher's linear discriminant analysis. Performance evaluation experiments on the training datasets revealed an accuracy level of around 0.9438 while the performance on the test dataset was at a level of 0.9297. These results suggest that the proposed approach achieves high accuracy in predicting danger seismic events while maintaining low complexity.