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Assessment and implementation of evolutionary algorithms for optimal management rules design in water resources systems

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Lerma Elvira, N. (2017). Assessment and implementation of evolutionary algorithms for optimal management rules design in water resources systems [Tesis doctoral no publicada]. Universitat Politècnica de València. doi:10.4995/Thesis/10251/90547

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Title: Assessment and implementation of evolutionary algorithms for optimal management rules design in water resources systems
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Director(s): Andreu Álvarez, Joaquín Paredes Arquiola, Javier
UPV Unit: Universitat Politècnica de València. Departamento de Ingeniería Hidráulica y Medio Ambiente - Departament d'Enginyeria Hidràulica i Medi Ambient
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2017-09-25
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Water is an essential resource from an environmental, biological, economic or social point of view. In basin management, the irregular distribution in time and in space of this resource is well known. This issue is worsened ...[+]


El agua es un recurso esencial desde el punto de vista ambiental, biológico, económico o social. En la gestión de cuencas, es bien conocido que la distribución del recurso en el tiempo y el espacio es irregular. Este ...[+]


L'aigua és un recurs essencial des del punt de vista ambiental, biològic, econòmic o social. En la gestió de conques, és ben conegut que la distribució del recurs en el temps i l'espai és irregular. Este problema s'agreuja ...[+]
Subjects: Evolutionary algorithms , simulation model: optimization , multi-objective , water management , SIMGES , RS MINERVE , decision makers
Copyrigths: Reserva de todos los derechos
DOI: 10.4995/Thesis/10251/90547
Type: Tesis doctoral

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