Distributed control of Drinking Water Networks using population dynamics: Barcelona case study

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Large-scale network systems involve a large number of variables, making the design of real-time controllers challenging. A distributed controller design allows to reduce computational requirements since tasks may be divided into different subsystems, making possible to guarantee real-time processing. This paper proposes a constrained optimization-based… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/CDC.2014.7039886

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@article{BarreiroGomez2014DistributedCO, title={Distributed control of Drinking Water Networks using population dynamics: Barcelona case study}, author={Julian Barreiro-Gomez and Nicanor Quijano and Carlos Ocampo-Martinez}, journal={53rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control}, year={2014}, pages={3216-3221} }