A Multiple-Objective Analysis of Sensor Placement Optimization in Water Networks

@inproceedings{Watson2004AMA,
  title={A Multiple-Objective Analysis of Sensor Placement Optimization in Water Networks},
  author={Jean-Paul Watson and Harvey J. Greenberg and William E. Hart},
  year={2004}
}
Terrorism concerns have recently led to increased interest in the potential use of sensors to detect malicious attacks on municipal water systems. A key deployment issue is identifying where the sensors should be placed in order to maximize the level of protection. Researchers have proposed several algorithms for constructing such sensor placements, each optimizing with respect to a different design objective. The use of disparate objectives raises several questions, in particular (1) What is… CONTINUE READING

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