Contamination event detection using multiple types of conventional water quality sensors in source water.

@article{Liu2014ContaminationED,
  title={Contamination event detection using multiple types of conventional water quality sensors in source water.},
  author={Shuming Liu and Han Che and Kate R. Smith and Lei Chen},
  journal={Environmental science. Processes & impacts},
  year={2014},
  volume={16 8},
  pages={
          2028-38
        }
}
Early warning systems are often used to detect deliberate and accidental contamination events in a water system. Conventional methods normally detect a contamination event by comparing the predicted and observed water quality values from one sensor. This paper proposes a new method for event detection by exploring the correlative relationships between multiple types of conventional water quality sensors. The performance of the proposed method was evaluated using data from contaminant injection… CONTINUE READING
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