SYSTEM DYNAMICS MODELING OF RESERVOIR OPERATIONS FOR FLOOD MANAGEMENT

@article{Ahmad2000SYSTEMDM,
  title={SYSTEM DYNAMICS MODELING OF RESERVOIR OPERATIONS FOR FLOOD MANAGEMENT},
  author={Sajjad Ahmad and Slobodan P. Simonovic},
  journal={Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering},
  year={2000},
  volume={14},
  pages={190-198}
}
There exists a strong need to explore simulation techniques that not only represent complex dynamic systems in a realistic way but also allow the involvement of end users in model development to increase their confidence in the modeling process. System dynamics, a feedback-based object-oriented simulation ap- proach, is presented for modeling reservoir operations. The increased speed of model development, the trust developed in the model due to user participation, the possibility of group model… 
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