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  1. Adaptive augmented evolutionary intelligence for the design of water distribution networks
  2. Solving bin-packing problems using human derived heuristics and evolutionary algorithms
  3. Performance of LEMMO with artificial neural networks for water systems optimisation
  4. Natural Hazards: Links between Science and Practice
  5. Explicit Expressions for State Estimation Sensitivity Analysis in Water Systems
  6. A detailed literature review of papers devoted to optimal design of water distribution systems
  7. Exploring the potential climate change impact on urban growth in London by a cellular automata-based Markov chain model
  8. Multi-Stakeholder Development of a Serious Game to Explore the Water-Energy-Food-Land-Climate Nexus: The SIM4NEXUS Approach
  9. Rapid assessment of surface-water flood-management options in urban catchments
  10. Mapping urban infrastructure interdependencies and fuzzy risks
  11. A risk-based assessment of the household water-energy-food nexus under the impact of seasonal variability
  12. 3D visualisation tool for improving the resilience to urban and coastal flooding in Torbay, UK
  13. Optimal energy recovery by means of pumps as turbines (PATs) for improved WDS management
  14. Optimized Investment Planning for High-Volume Low-Value Buried Infrastructure Assets
  15. New Pressure-Driven Approach for Modeling Water Distribution Networks
  16. Lost in optimisation of water distribution systems? A literature review of system operation
  17. On the choice of the demand and hydraulic modeling approach to WDN real-time simulation
  18. An integrated model to evaluate water-energy-food nexus at a household scale
  19. Reliability Surrogate Measures for Water Distribution System Design: Comparative Analysis
  20. Serious Game Approach to Water Distribution System Design and Rehabilitation Problems
  21. Ranking Alternatives for the Flexible Phased Design of Water Distribution Networks
  22. A Two-stage Calibration for Detection of Leakage Hotspots in a Real Water Distribution Network
  23. A Response Methodology for Reducing Impacts of Failure Events in Water Distribution Networks
  24. The North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) and the water temperature of the Sava River in Serbia
  25. Water Network Design Using a Multiobjective Real Options Framework
  26. Effectiveness of Smart Meter-Based Consumption Feedback in Curbing Household Water Use: Knowns and Unknowns
  27. Deterioration modelling of small-diameter water pipes under limited data availability
  28. Serious Gaming for Water Systems Planning and Management
  29. A weighted cellular automata 2D inundation model for rapid flood analysis
  30. Redesign of Water Distribution Systems for Passive Containment of Contamination
  31. Parameterizing residential water demand pulse models through smart meter readings
  32. Assessing and Modelling the Influence of Household Characteristics on Per Capita Water Consumption
  33. Leak Detection and Localization through Demand Components Calibration
  34. Methods for Preserving Duration–Intensity Correlation on Synthetically Generated Water-Demand Pulses
  35. An Analysis of Domestic Water Consumption in Jaipur, India
  36. Comparison of Multiple Surrogates for 3D CFD Model in Tidal Farm Optimisation
  37. A Graph-based Analytical Technique for the Improvement of Water Network Model Calibration
  38. Assessing the Applicability of the Bartlett-Lewis Model in Simulating Residential Water Demands
  39. Accuracy and Computational Efficiency of 2D Urban Surface Flood Modelling Based on Cellular Automata
  40. Decision support system for the optimal design of district metered areas
  41. Multi-criterion water quality analysis of the Danube River in Serbia: A visualisation approach
  42. Spatial and Temporal Visualisation of Evolutionary Algorithm Decisions in Water Distribution Network Optimisation
  43. Impact of urban water supply on energy use in China: a provincial and national comparison
  44. An investigation of the efficient implementation of cellular automata on multi-core CPU and GPU hardware
  45. Two-Objective Design of Benchmark Problems of a Water Distribution System via MOEAs: Towards the Best-Known Approximation of the True Pareto Front
  46. Briefing: Negotiating value at the research–practice interface in the water sector
  47. Using Real Options in the Optimal Design of Water Distribution Networks
  48. Using real options for an eco-friendly design of water distribution systems
  49. Economic Performance of DMAs in Water Distribution Systems
  50. Forecasting Domestic Water Consumption from Smart Meter Readings Using Statistical Methods and Artificial Neural Networks
  51. Development of a Leakage Target Setting Approach for South Korea Based on Economic Level of Leakage
  52. Preserving Duration-intensity Correlation on Synthetically Generated Water Demand Pulses
  53. Combining Model Predictive Control with Constraint-satisfaction Formulation for the Operative Pumping Control in Water Networks
  54. Sequence Analysis-based Hyper-heuristics for Water Distribution Network Optimisation
  55. A Multicriteria Approach for a Phased Design of Water Distribution Networks
  56. Correlation or not Correlation? This is the Question in Modelling Residential Water Demand Pulses
  57. Multi-objective optimization of water distribution systems based on a real options approach
  58. Savić, Prof. Dragan, (born 22 April 1960), Professor of Hydroinformatics, University of Exeter, since 2001 (Head of Engineering, 2010)
  59. Savić, Prof. Dragan, (born 22 April 1960), Professor of Hydroinformatics, University of Exeter, since 2001 (Head of Engineering, 2010–14)
  60. An optimised total expenditure approach to sewerage management
  61. Graph-Theoretic Approach and Sound Engineering Principles for Design of District Metered Areas
  62. Quick and accurate Cellular Automata sewer simulator
  63. Comparing Low and High-Level Hybrid Algorithms on the Two-Objective Optimal Design of Water Distribution Systems
  64. Assessing Financial Loss due to Pluvial Flooding and the Efficacy of Risk-Reduction Measures in the Residential Property Sector
  65. A diameter-sensitive flow entropy method for reliability consideration in water distribution system design
  66. Assessing impacts of the private sewer transfer on UK utilities
  67. Automated Detection of Pipe Bursts and Other Events in Water Distribution Systems
  68. Adaptive locally constrained genetic algorithm for least-cost water distribution network design
  69. Automated construction of evolutionary algorithm operators for the bi-objective water distribution network design problem using a genetic programming based hyper-heuristic approach
  70. Editorial: Understanding changing climate and environment and finding solutions
  71. Uncertainties in Flood Modelling in Urban Areas
  72. Dealing with Uncertainty in Water Distribution System Models: A Framework for Real-Time Modeling and Data Assimilation
  73. Hybrid metaheuristics for multi-objective design of water distribution systems
  74. Hydroinformatics Vision 2011
  75. Understanding the efficient parallelisation of cellular automata on CPU and GPGPU hardware
  76. Geostatistical techniques for approximate location of pipe burst events in water distribution systems
  77. A Really Fast model without introducing any noticeable error
  78. A general multi-objective hyper-heuristic for water distribution network design with discolouration risk
  79. Decision Support System for emergency scheduling of raw water supply systems with multiple sources
  80. Integrated modelling of a coupled water-agricultural system using system dynamics
  81. Using high performance techniques to accelerate demand-driven hydraulic solvers
  82. Pipe smoothing genetic algorithm for least cost water distribution network design
  83. Integrated System Dynamics Modelling for water scarcity assessment: Case study of the Kairouan region
  84. A multi-objective optimisation model for sewer rehabilitation considering critical risk of failure
  85. Comparative Analysis of System Dynamics and Object-Oriented Bayesian Networks Modelling for Water Systems Management
  86. Multi-layered coarse grid modelling in 2D urban flood simulations
  87. Computationally Efficient Modeling Method for Large Water Network Analysis
  88. A coarse-grid approach to representing building blockage effects in 2D urban flood modelling
  89. Analysis of Simplification Errors for Water Distribution Models
  90. Calibration of Water Distribution System Using Topological Analysis
  91. Deficient-Network Simulation Considering Pressure-Dependent Demand
  92. Pipe burst diagnostics using evidence theory
  93. Heuristic Modelling of the Water Resources Management in the Guadalquivir River Basin, Southern Spain
  94. An evolutionary Bayesian belief network methodology for participatory decision making under uncertainty: An application to groundwater management
  95. A DSS generator for multiobjective optimisation of spreadsheet-based models
  96. Water Distribution Systems
  97. Basic hydraulic principles
  98. Network modelling
  99. Historical development of water distribution practice
  100. Asset planning and management
  101. Risk-Based Sensor Placement for Contaminant Detection in Water Distribution Systems
  102. SLOTS: Effective Algorithm for Sensor Placement in Water Distribution Systems
  103. Optimization of sensor locations for contaminant detection in water distribution networks
  104. Prediction of weekly nitrate-N fluctuations in a small agricultural watershed in Illinois
  105. Closure to “Optimum Design and Management of Pressurized Branched Irrigation Networks” by Raziyeh Farmani, Ricardo Abadia, and Dragan Savic
  106. Identification of segments and optimal isolation valve system design in water distribution networks
  107. Hierarchical Optimization of Integrated Water Reuse Schemes
  108. Asset deterioration using data mining
  109. Comparison of 1D/1D and 1D/2D Coupled (Sewer/Surface) Hydraulic Models for Urban Flood Simulation
  110. Effects of Redesign of Water Systems for Security and Water Quality Factors
  111. Optimal Sensor Placement for the Efficient Contaminant Detection in Water Distribution Systems
  112. Probabilistic Building Block Identification for the Multi-Objective Design and Rehabilitation of Water Distribution Systems
  113. Stochastic sampling design using a multi-objective genetic algorithm and adaptive neural networks
  114. Probabilistic building block identification for the optimal design and rehabilitation of water distribution systems
  115. Editorial
  116. An evolutionary Bayesian belief network methodology for optimum management of groundwater contamination
  117. Quo vadis water distribution model calibration?
  118. Efficient multi-objective optimal design of water distribution networks on a budget of simulations using hybrid algorithms
  119. A Variable Rate Coefficient Chlorine Decay Model
  120. The Use of Data-Driven Methodologies for Prediction of Water and Wastewater Asset Failures
  121. Extended Period Simulation Analysis Considering Valve Shutdowns
  122. Discussion of “Optimization of Water Distribution Networks Using Integer and Linear Programming” by Hossein M. V. Samani and Alireza Mottaghi
  123. Pressure-Driven Demand and Leakage Simulation for Water Distribution Networks
  124. Algorithm for Automatic Detection of Topological Changes in Water Distribution Networks
  125. Probabilistic Leak Detection in Pipe Networks Using the SCEM-UA Algorithm
  126. Optimum Design and Management of Pressurized Branched Irrigation Networks
  127. Economic considerations and decision support tool for wastewater reuse scheme planning
  128. Calibration of Water Distribution Hydraulic Models Using a Bayesian-Type Procedure
  129. A Hydraulic Simulation Model for Pipe Networks with Leakage Outflows and Pressure-Driven Demands
  130. A Simulation Model for Detecting Topological Changes in a Water Distribution Network
  131. The Design and Rehabilitation of Water Distribution Systems Using the Hierarchical Bayesian Optimisation Algorithm
  132. Multi-objective optimization of water distribution system design under uncertain demand and pipe roughness
  133. Robust Least-Cost Design of Water Distribution Networks Using Redundancy and Integration-Based Methodologies
  134. Editorial
  135. Development of rehabilitation plans for water mains replacement considering risk and cost-benefit assessment
  136. Comparison of two methods for the stochastic least cost design of water distribution systems
  137. Explicit Integration Method for Extended-Period Simulation of Water Distribution Systems
  138. Development of an integrated simulation model for treatment and distribution of reclaimed water
  139. Extended-period modeling of water pipe networks-a new approach
  140. Multiobjective design of water distribution systems under uncertainty
  141. Evolutionary Computing in Hydrological Sciences
  142. Least-Cost Design of Water Distribution Networks under Demand Uncertainty
  143. An Efficient Sampling-Based Approach for the Robust Rehabilitation of Water Distribution Systems Under Correlated Nodal Demands
  144. Trade-off between Total Cost and Reliability for Anytown Water Distribution Network
  145. Self-Adaptive Fitness Formulation for Evolutionary Constrained Optimization of Water Systems
  146. Optimal Sampling Design Methodologies for Water Distribution Model Calibration
  147. Preliminary Investigation of the ‘Learnable Evolution Model’ for Faster/Better Multiobjective Water Systems Design
  148. Operational Optimization of WDS Based on Multiobjective Genetic Algorithms and Operational Extraction Rules Using Data Mining
  149. Comparison of Two Approaches for the Least Cost Design of Water Distribution Systems Under Uncertain Demands
  157. Operational Optimization of Water Distribution Systems Using a Hybrid Genetic Algorithm
  158. Multiobjective Sampling Design for Water Distribution Model Calibration
  159. A hybrid inverse transient model for leakage detection and roughness calibration in pipe networks
  160. Water Reservoir Control with Data Mining
  161. Whole life costing for water distribution network management
  162. A Hybrid Search Technique for Inverse Transient Analysis in Water Distribution Systems
  163. Cougar: A Genetic Algorithm and Rapid Integrated Catchment Modelling Application for Optimising Captial Investment in Combined Sewer Systems
  164. Evolutionary Computing in Water Distribution and Wastewater Systems
  165. Quantification of Mains Failure Behavior in a Whole Life Costing Approach to Distribution System Management
  166. Use of Prior Information on Parameters in Inverse Transient Analysis for Leak Detection and Roughness Calibration
  167. Cost Savings on Large Water Distribution Systems: Design through Genetic Algorithm Optimization
  168. Hydroinformatics, data mining and maintenance of UK water networks
  169. Scheduling of Water Distribution System Rehabilitation Using Structured Messy Genetic Algorithms
  170. A Genetic Algorithm-Based System for the Optimal Design of Laminates
  171. Improved design of “Anytown” distribution network using structured messy genetic algorithms
  172. Hydroinformatics technology and maintenance of UK water networks
  173. Genetic Algorithms for Least-Cost Design of Water Distribution Networks
  174. Multiobjective genetic algorithms for pump scheduling in water supply
  175. Comment on “Optimal design of water distribution networks” by Gideon Eiger, Uri Shamir, and Aharon Ben-Tal
  176. Integration of a Model for Hydraulic Analysis of Water Distribution Networks with an Evolution Program for Pressure Regulation
  177. Optimal, opportunistic maintenance policy using genetic algorithms, 2: analysis
  179. Optimal opportunistic maintenance policy using genetic algorithms, 1: formulation
  180. Genetic operators and constraint handling for pipe network optimization
  181. An Interactive Approach to Selection and Use of Single Multipurpose Reservoir Models
  182. Evaluation of fuzzy linear regression models
  183. Selecting risk levels in chance-constrained reservoir operation modeling: A fuzzy set approach
  185. Intelligent Decision Support and Reservoir Management and Operations
  186. Many-Objective Evolutionary Optimisation
  187. On Convergence of Multi-objective Pareto Front: Perturbation Method
  188. A Whole-Life Cost Approach To Sewerage And Potable Water System Management
  189. Interactive Visualisation of Water Distribution Network Optimisation
  190. Integrated Model for Water, Food, Energy and Human Development
  191. The Nile System Dynamics Model for Water-Food-Energy Nexus Assessment
  192. Decision Making Methods for Water Resources Planning in England and Wales
  193. The Water Tariff in a WDS Rehabilitation
  194. Many-Objective Evolutionary Optimisation