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Title of paper: Modeling of decision making process on the river water quality analysing by using generalized nets
Author(s):
Rossen Iliev
Defence Advanced Research Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria
r.iliev@abv.bg
Presented at: 6th International Workshop on Generalized Nets. Sofia, 17 December 2005
Published in: Conference proceedings, pages 7-13
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Abstract: The paper represent one realization of Generalized Net (GN) for formal description of the Decision Making Process (DMP) in the River’s Water Quality Management. This Generalized model of DMP includes except estimates of the water quality and decision making to improve on water quality and more rational river’s water management.
Keywords: Generalized nets, Decision making process, River, Water quality, Model, Management
References:
  1. Atanassov K., Aladjov H., Generalized Nets in Artificial Intelligence. Volume 2: Generalized Nets and Machine Learning, “Prof. Marin Drinov” Publishing House of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, 2000
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  3. Atanassov K., Generalized Nets, World Scientific, Singapore, New Jersey, London 1991
  4. Djadovski I. and oth., Ecological estimation and the river streams defence from pollution. Tillia-Ltd., Sofia, 1995
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