Computer-Aided Water Resources Planning and Operational Management in a Water Company in the U.K.
Decision support systems have been used extensively over many years to assist North West Water in the management of their water resources. This paper describes the current use of decision support systems in both the administrative as well as the engineering aspects of the company, and looks into the future needs for improved decision support.
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