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Journals


A. A. Abokifa, L. Katz, and L. Sela “Spatiotemporal trends of recovery from lead contamination in Flint, MI as revealed by crowdsourced water sampling.” Water Research, 171(15), 2020.

J. Zhuang and L. Sela “Impact of emerging water savings scenarios on performance of urban water networks.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 146(1), 2020.

S. Wang, A. F. Taha, L. Sela, M. H. Giacomoni, and N. Gatsis “A new derivative-free linear approximation for solving the network water flow problem with convergence guarantees.Water Resources Research, 56(3), 2020.

E. Zechman Berglund, J. Pesantez, A. Rasekh,  M. E. Shafiee, L. Sela, and T. Haxton “Review of Modeling Methodologies for Managing Water Distribution Security.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Accepted, 2020.

A. A. Abokifa, P. Biswasb, B. R. Hodges, and L. Sela “WUDESIM: a toolkit for simulating water quality in the dead-end branches of drinking water distribution networks.” Urban Water Journal, Accepted, 2020.

M. E. Shafiee, A. Rasekh, L. Sela, A. Preis “Streaming smart meter data integration to enable dynamic demand assignment for real-time hydraulic simulation.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Accepted, 2020.

U. Bhatia, L. Sela, and R. G. Ganguly, “A hybrid method of recovery: combining topology and optimization for transportation systems.” Journal of Infrastructure Systems, Accepted, 2020.

A. A. Abokifa and L. Sela “Identification of Spatial Patterns in Water Distribution Pipe Failure Data Using Spatial Autocorrelation Analysis.Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 145 (12), 2019.

L. Sela, E. Salomons, and M. Housh “Plugin prototyping for the EPANET software.” Environmental Modelling & Software, 119, 49-56, 2019.

L. Xing and L. Sela. “Unsteady pressure patterns discovery from high-frequency sensing in water distribution systems.Water Research, 158, 291-300, 2019.

L. Sela and M. Housh. “Increasing Usability of Water Distribution Analysis Tools through Plug-In Development in EPANET.Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 145(5), 2019.

L. Sela and S. Amin. “Robust sensor placement for pipeline monitoring: Mixed integer and greedy optimization.Advanced Engineering Informatics, 76, pp. 55-63, 2018.

L. Sela Perelman, W. Abbas, X. Koutsoukos, and S. Amin. “Minimum test cover approach for fault location identification in flow networks.” Automatica, 72, pp. 166-177, 2016

O. Skulovich, L. Sela Perelman, and A. Ostfeld. “Optimal closure of system actuators for transient control: an analytical approach.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 18 (3), pp. 393-408, 2016.

L. Sela Perelman, M. Allen, A. Preis, M. Iqbal, and A. J. Whittle. “Flexible reconfiguration of existing urban water infrastructure systems.Environmental Science & Technology, 49 (22), pp. 13378–13384, 2015.

L. Sela Perelman and S. Amin. “Control of tree water networks: a geometric programming approach.Water Resources Research, 51(10), 8409–8430, 2015.

Skulovich, R. Bent, D. Judi, L. Sela Perelman, and A. Ostfeld. “Piece-wise mixed integer programming for optimal sizing of surge control devices in water distribution systems.Water Resources Research, 51(6), 4391–4408, 2015.

L. Sela Perelman, M. Allen, A. Preis, M. Iqbal, and A. J. Whittle. “Automated sub-zoning of water distribution systems.Environmental Modeling & Software, 65, pp. 1-14, 2015.

L. Perelman, M. Housh, and A. Ostfeld. “Robust optimization for water distribution systems least cost design.Water Resources Research 49(10), pp. 6795-6809, 2013.

L. Perelman and Ostfeld A. “Operation of remote mobile sensors for security of drinking water distribution systems.Water Research 47(13), pp. 4217-4226, 2013.

J. Arad, M. Housh, L. Perelman, and A. Ostfeld. “A dynamic thresholds scheme for contaminant event detection in water distribution systems.” Water Research 47(5), pp. 1899-1908, 2013.

L. Perelman, M. Housh, and A. Ostfeld. “Least cost design of water distribution systems under demand uncertainty: the robust counterpart approach.” Journal of Hydroinformatics, 15(3), pp. 737-750, 2013.

L. Perelman, J. Arad, M. Housh, and A. Ostfeld A. “Event detection in water distribution systems from multivariate water quality time series.Environmental Science & Technology, 46(15), pp. 8212-8219, 2013.Cover page featured manuscript.

L. Perelman and A. Ostfeld. “Bayesian networks for source intrusion detection.Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management Division, ASCE, 139(4), pp. 426-432, 2013.

L. Perelman and A. Ostfeld A. “Extreme impact contamination events sampling for real sized water distribution systems.Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management Division, 138(5), pp. 581-585, 2012.

L. Perelman and A. Ostfeld. “Water distribution systems simplification through clustering.Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management Division, 138(3), pp. 218-229, 2011.

L. Perelman and A. Ostfeld. “Topological clustering for water distribution system analysis.” Environmental Modeling & Software, 26, pp. 969-972, 2011.

Preis, A. J. Whittle, A. Ostfeld, and L. Perelman. “An efficient hydraulic state estimation technique using reduced models of urban water networks.Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management Division, 137(4), pp. 343-351, 2011.

L. Perelman and A. Ostfeld. “Extreme impact contamination events sampling for water distribution systems security. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management Division, Vol. 136(1), pp. 80-87, 2010.

L. Perelman, A. Karpivka, and A. Ostfeld. “Single and multi-objective optimal design of water distribution systems: application of the case study of the Hanoi system.Water Science and Technology – Water Supply, 9(4), pp. 395-404, 2009.

L. Perelman, A. Ostfeld, and E. Salomons. “Cross entropy multiobjective optimization for water distribution systems design.Water Resources Research, 44, W09413, 2008.

L. Perelman, M. L. Maslia, A. Ostfeld, and J. Sautner. “Using aggregation/ skeletonization network models for water quality simulations in epidemiologic studies.Journal of American Water Works Association, 100(6), pp. 122-133, 2008.

L. Perelman and A. Ostfeld. “Water distribution system aggregation for water quality analysis.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management Division, 134(3), pp. 303-309, 2008.

L. Perelman and A. Ostfeld. “An adaptive heuristic cross entropy algorithm for optimal design of water distribution systems.” Engineering Optimization, 39(4), pp. 413-428, 2007.

 

Conferences


L. Sela, U. Bhatia, J. Zhuang, and A. Ganguly. “Resilience strategies for Interdependent Multiscale Lifeline Infrastructure NetworksASCE International Workshop on computing in Civil Engineering,  Seattle, Washington,  pp. 265-272, June 2017.

W. Abbas, L. Sela Perelman, S. Amin, and X. Koutsoukos. “Resilient sensor placement for fault localization in water distribution networks.” Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems (ICCPS), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, pp 165-174, April 2017.

M. Dahan, L. Sela Perelman, and S. Amin. “Network sensing for security against link disruption attacks.” 54th Annual Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing, Monticello, Illinois, pp.808-815, September 2016.

W. Abbas, L. Sela Perelman, S. Amin, and X. Koutsoukos. “An efficient approach to fault identification in urban water networks using multi-level sensing.” Proceedings of the 2nd ACM International Conference on Embedded Systems for Energy-Efficient Build Environments, Seoul, South Korea, pp 14-156, November 2015.