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  • ISBN 0872624064
  • ISBN13 978-0872624061
  • Language English
  • Author Yacov Y. Haimes
  • Publisher Amer Society of Civil Engineers; illustrated edition edition (June 1, 1984)
  • Pages 237
  • Formats lit doc mbr azw
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Engineering
  • Size ePub 1418 kb
  • Size Fb2 1311 kb
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Chankong V. and Haimes Y. Y. (1983). New York: John Wiley and Sons. 11 Koksalan M. Karwan M. H. and Zionts S. (1984).

Chankong V. Multi-objective Decision Making: Theory and Methodology. New York: Elsevier-North Holland. Multi-objective analysis in water resources, Part II. A new typology of MCA Techniques. Stochastic Hydrology and its Use in Water Resources Systems Simulation and Optimization, Vol. 237 (eds. J. B. Marco, R. Harboe and J. D. Salas), pp NATO ASI Series . Applied Sciences, Kluwer, Amsterdam, Netherlands. An improved method for solving multiple criteria problems involving discrete alternatives.

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Multiobjective Analysis in Water Resources. The consideration of multiple objectives in decision making is a common phenomenon among modelers and systems analysts. This title discusses multiple objective analysis and its use in relation to water resources planning and management, watershed and river basin management, stormwater management, and other water resources projects.

Multiobjectives in water resource systems analysis: The surrogate worth trade off method. Hierarchical analyses of water resources systems. Modeling and optimization of large-scale systems.

In the multi-objective optimization model, flood control and water supply have been considered as. .The relationship between economics and water resources are the core issue to this system in Sheshuihe Watershed, China.

In the multi-objective optimization model, flood control and water supply have been considered as short-term and long-term objectives, respectively. The flood control objective function has been formulated to minimize the expected flood damages in different flooding months. Effective analysis of the relationship between the two will make a breakthrough in the modern methods of water resources planning. Any water management system serves a certain area and all the activities within this system constitute a macro-economic system.

Kaplan and Yacov Haimes}, journal {1975 IEEE Conference on Decision .

Kaplan and Yacov Haimes}, journal {1975 IEEE Conference on Decision and Control including the 14th Symposium on Adaptive Processes}, year {1975}, pages {145-147} }. Michael William. Kaplan, Yacov Haimes. A multiobjective framework for the planning and management of a regional water resource system is presented, considering the conflicting objectives of environmental quality and the cost of water resource development. The regional water resource system is a complex, large-scale system and includes a number of proposed and existing water resource facilities (both water supply projects and wastewater treatment plants.

The multiobjective risk impact analysis method (MRIAM) was developed by combining the . W. Rowe, " Methodology and Myth, " in Y. Haimes, (e., Risk/Benefit Analysis in Water Resources Planning and Management (Plenum Press, New York, 1981).

The multiobjective risk impact analysis method (MRIAM) was developed by combining the PMRM and MMIAM. The approach can be applied to time-invariant, linear, stochastic, and multistage processes. Relating Multiobjective Decision Trees to the Multiobjective Risk Impact Analysis Method. Risk Analysis of Liquified Natural Gas Trans-port.

Vira Chankong (Author), Yacov Y Haimes (Author). Book Condition: Item is in good condition. May include some wear and creases on the cover. ISBN-13: 978-0486462899.

Haimes, Yacov . 1976, Water resources systems analysis: an assessment of direction, in: Economic Modeling for Water Policy Evaluation, R. M. Thrall et a. ed. North Holland/ American, New York. Haimes, Y. and Hall, W. 1977, Sensitivity, responsivity, stability and irreversibility as multiple objectives in civil systems, Advances in Water Resources, 1(2):71–81. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. enter for Large Scale Systems and Policy AnalysisCase Western Reserve SA. Cite this chapter as: Haimes . 1981) Risk-Benefit Analysis in a Multiobjective Framework.

Professor Haimes brings a systems approach to the discipline of risk analytics. He also covers challenging and controversial material - terrorism risk. Here he provides us a way to see the value of mitigation from a multi-objective perspective. Even with extreme events that may not have occurred before, we have four measures that we can assess alternatives in risk mitigation. If you are a scholar, practitioner or beginner, Professor Haimes text offers relevant real-world application.