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In this paper we review the relevant literature on mathematical optimization with logical implications, i.e., where constraints can be either active or disabled depending on logical conditions to hold. In the case of convex functions, the theory of disjunctive programming allows one to formulate these logical implications as convex nonlinear programming(More)
In this article we survey mathematical programming approaches to problems in the field of water network optimization. Predominant in the literature are two different, but related problem classes. One can be described by the notion of network design, while the other is more aptly termed by network operation. The basic underlying model in both cases is a(More)
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