Water Allocation Plan to Meet Multi-regional Relevance Needs
With the rapid development of the economy and society, water resources are becoming scarcer and may lead to conflicts. Regional demand linkages have an impact on water allocation. This paper proposes a dynamic programming model, introducing power coefficients to verify the stability of the decision-making scheme, and considering the relevance of regional demand in the process of water resources allocation. Through numerical analysis, it is proved that the model provides a practical water allocation plan for the river basin management department.
KeywordsDemand correlation Supply rate Stability Dynamic programming Environment and sustainable development
We thank department editors, associate editors, and judges for their valuable comments on earlier versions of this article. They made many profound and constructive comments. We are grateful to Professor Zhong for his research on areas of relevance in the supply rate issue, which provide a lot of inspiration for our article. We also thank Professor Hu for his research on water resources management issues, and he has provided us with many valuable opinions. Without the guidance of these seniors, this article will not be as perfect as it is now.
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