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Two sites of inflow have been used with period of observations in 5 years: the River Khomutovka – site Satina Gorka and the River Sjucha – site Kamenka. 98. On the basis of these relationships the modulus of flow have been restored in January–June for the River Sjucha – site Kamenka and in January–March for the River Khomutovka – site Satina Gorka and for period 1931–2000. Further, using the restored data of monthly water discharges the equations of multiply regression for long-term period has been developed between time series of inflow and historical time series in sites-analogues.
Probability of selection and survival for the next generation for every string is based on cost evaluation and ranking. Using fuzzy reasoning with GA, every computational element (pipe) is assigned a fuzzy cost evaluation (Vamvakeridou, 2001; Vamvakeridou, 2002), which can be modified accordingly, using the fuzzy linguistic tag of replacement desirability, previously computed for each pipe, according to conditions. Therefore, the main scope of this paper, which is extracting information from malfunction data using fuzzy inference rules, aims not at prediction but at evaluation of each solution occurring during optimization by GA, using fuzzy reasoning.
The smallest period of observations in 12 and 16 years take place for the time series: the Malyi Siret River – site Verkhnie Petrovtsi (A ϭ 488 km2) and the Rika River – site Nizhniy Bistriy (A ϭ 787 km2). For 48 time series data available from the beginning of observations to 1999–2000, for other time series the end of observations was 1987–1988. 2. Main results of restoration for effective sites are given in Tables 1 and 2 accordingly for the maximum discharges and depth of runoff. e. K1 Ϸ K2 and K1 or K2 р 2.
Advances in water supply management : proceedings of the CCWI'03 conference, London, 15-17 September 2003