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Chacon-Hurtado, Juan Carlos; Alfonso, Leonardo; Solomatine, Dimitri (2016)
Languages: English
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Sensors and sensor networks play an important role in decision-making related to water quality, operational streamflow forecasting, flood early warning systems and other areas. Although there is a variety of evaluation and design procedures for sensor networks, most of the existing approaches focus on maximising the observability and information content of a variable of interest. Moreover, from the context of hydrological modelling, only a few studies use the performance of the hydrological simulation of discharge as design criteria. In this paper, we review the existing methodologies and propose a framework for classifying the design methods, as well as a generalised procedure for an optimal network design in the context of rainfall-runoff hydrological modelling.
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