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Cat Ximing, Weng Wenbin, Shi Huibin. Macroeconomy-Based Regional Water-Resources Multiple-Objective Integrated System[J]. Advances in Water Science, 1995, 6(2): 139-144.
Citation: Cat Ximing, Weng Wenbin, Shi Huibin. Macroeconomy-Based Regional Water-Resources Multiple-Objective Integrated System[J]. Advances in Water Science, 1995, 6(2): 139-144.

Macroeconomy-Based Regional Water-Resources Multiple-Objective Integrated System

  • Received Date: 1994-06-29
  • Publish Date: 1995-04-25
  • In this paper,regional water resources planning is treated as macroeconomic activities. First of all,we introduce a concept of system-macroeconomy-based regional water resources system,on the basis of which a planning system-Multiple-Objective Integrated System(MOIS) is identified. A Macroeconomic Model (MEM)and its submodels act as the core of this system,while a Multiple Objective Analysis (MOA) model takes the position of top model,in which primary relationships in the macroeconomic water resources system are integrated. In addition, forecasting simulation and optimization are also integrated,to make the system a comprehensive tool for regional water resources planning and management.
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    [2] Rogers Peter, Christopher Hurst and Nagarja Hanshadeep. Water resources planning in a strategic context:Linking the water sector to the national economy. Water Resources Research. 1993,29 (7):1140-1167.
    [3] Young Robert A&S Lee Gray. Input-output models,economic surplus and the evaluation of state regional water plans. Water Resources Research. 1985,21 (12):987-1021.
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Macroeconomy-Based Regional Water-Resources Multiple-Objective Integrated System

Abstract: In this paper,regional water resources planning is treated as macroeconomic activities. First of all,we introduce a concept of system-macroeconomy-based regional water resources system,on the basis of which a planning system-Multiple-Objective Integrated System(MOIS) is identified. A Macroeconomic Model (MEM)and its submodels act as the core of this system,while a Multiple Objective Analysis (MOA) model takes the position of top model,in which primary relationships in the macroeconomic water resources system are integrated. In addition, forecasting simulation and optimization are also integrated,to make the system a comprehensive tool for regional water resources planning and management.

Cat Ximing, Weng Wenbin, Shi Huibin. Macroeconomy-Based Regional Water-Resources Multiple-Objective Integrated System[J]. Advances in Water Science, 1995, 6(2): 139-144.
Citation: Cat Ximing, Weng Wenbin, Shi Huibin. Macroeconomy-Based Regional Water-Resources Multiple-Objective Integrated System[J]. Advances in Water Science, 1995, 6(2): 139-144.
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