With the aid of a linear decision rule, reservoir management and design problems often can be formulated as easily solved linear programing problems. The linear decision rule specifies the release during any period of reservoir operation as the difference between the storage at the beginning of the period and a decision parameter for the period. The decision parameters for the entire study horizon are determined by solving the linear programing problem. Problems may be formulated in either the deterministic or the stochastic environment.
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|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||The linear decision rule in reservoir management and design: 1, Development of the stochastic model|
|Series title||Water Resources Research|
|Contributing office(s)||California Water Science Center|
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