Comparison of Various Classification Techniques for Prediction of the Agriculture Production Based on Different Parameters Rainfall, Temperature


Manpreet Kaur
Research Scholar, Department of Computer Applications, Guru Kashi University, Talwandi Sabo, PB, India.

Dr. Dinesh Kumar
Associate Professor, Department of CSE, Guru Kashi University, Talwandi Sabo, PB, India.


The classification techniques based on various machine learning techniques are having use for the Big data analysis. This will be useful in identifying the classification and then finally the prediction which will be useful for the decision managers for having quality decisions. There are various types of supervised and unsupervised learning techniques which are having capabilities in the terms of driving the analysis. This analysis will be useful for having identification of relationship between the various attributes which is required to device the analysis. There are various supervised learning techniques which are useful to drive the analysis. These techniques are SVM, Logistic regression, KNN, Naïve Bayes, Tree, Neural network. The relative comparison of this technique is done in the terms of various parameters for example AUC, CA, F1, Recall and precision. The accuracy in the terms of AUC, CA is highest for the Naïve Bayes. This shows the Naïve Bayes is having higher true positives, true negative ratio. The proposed technique is having higher accuracy of 81% which is far above than all the remaining techniques. The confusion matrix for the Naïve Bayes is having true positive count as 729, true negative at 103. This shows that the true positive and true negative count is far above for this technique compared to the other techniques.