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2014An efficient decomposition and dual-stage multi-objective optimization method for water distribution systems with multiple supply sourcesZheng, F.; Zecchin, A.
2009Damage detection of operating transmission mains with measured boundary conditionsZecchin, A.; Lambert, M.; Simpson, A.; World Environmental and Water Resources Congress (2009 : Kansas City, Missouri, USA)
2012A performance comparison of differential evolution and genetic algorithm variants applied to water distribution system optimizationZheng, F.; Simpson, A.; Zecchin, A.; World Environmental and Water Resources Congress (2012 : Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA)
2011Performance study of differential evolution with various mutation strategies applied to water distribution system optimizationZheng, F.; Simpson, A.; Zecchin, A.; World Environmental and Water Resources Congress (2011 : Palm Springs, California, USA)
2014An efficient hybrid approach for multiobjective optimization of water distribution systemsZheng, F.; Simpson, A.; Zecchin, A.
2014Coupled binary linear programming–differential evolution algorithm approach for water distribution system optimizationZheng, F.; Simpson, A.; Zecchin, A.
2011A method for assessing the performance of genetic algorithm optimization for water distribution designZheng, F.; Simpson, A.; Zecchin, A.; Water Distribution Systems Analysis Conference (12th : 2010 : Tucson, AZ)
2014Parameter identification in pipeline networks: transient-based expectation-maximization approach for systems containing unknown boundary conditionsZecchin, A.; Lambert, M.; Simpson, A.; White, L.
2012A performance comparison between genetic algorithms and differential evolution variants for water network optimisationZheng, F.; Zecchin, A.; Simpson, A.; Keall, D.; 14th Water Distribution Systems Analysis Conference (WDSA 2012) (24 Sep 2012 - 27 Sep 2012 : Adelaide, Australia)
2015Improving the efficiency of multi-objective evolutionary algorithms through decomposition: An application to water distribution network designZheng, F.; Simpson, A.; Zecchin, A.