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Optimal experimental-design for structure characterization of biodegradation models : online implementation in a respirographic biosensor

(1994) WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 30(4). p.243-253
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The interaction between activated sludge and a wastewater is subject to important changes. This is reflected not only in changing biokinetic parameters but also in changing model structures. The need to select the `right' model structure in a reliable way on the basis of respirographic data provided by on-line sensors imposes serious real-time constraints on the methods used. First of all, fast structure characterization methods are presented allowing us to track the model structure on-line. Since these so-called a priori methods are less computing intensive, they carl be at the basis of optimal experimental design calculations that can be performed on-line, This allows us to maintain the quality of the overall model identification under the changing process conditions of a wastewater treatment plant. Two applications of Optimal Experimental Design are given.
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MODEL STRUCTURE SELECTION, ACTIVATED SLUDGE WASTE-WATER TREATMENT, BIOSENSORS, IDENTIFICATION, MATHEMATICAL MODELING, OPTIMAL EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN, OXYGEN UPTAKE RATE, ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PROCESS

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Vanrolleghem, Peter A, and M Vandaele. 1994. “Optimal Experimental-design for Structure Characterization of Biodegradation Models : Online Implementation in a Respirographic Biosensor.” Water Science and Technology 30 (4): 243–253.
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Vanrolleghem, P. A., & Vandaele, M. (1994). Optimal experimental-design for structure characterization of biodegradation models : online implementation in a respirographic biosensor. WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 30(4), 243–253. Presented at the 17th Biennial Conference of the International-Association-on-Water-Quality.
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Vanrolleghem PA, Vandaele M. Optimal experimental-design for structure characterization of biodegradation models : online implementation in a respirographic biosensor. WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 1994;30(4):243–53.
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Vanrolleghem, Peter A, and M Vandaele. “Optimal Experimental-design for Structure Characterization of Biodegradation Models : Online Implementation in a Respirographic Biosensor.” WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 30.4 (1994): 243–253. Print.
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  abstract     = {The interaction between activated sludge and a wastewater is subject to important changes. This is reflected not only in changing biokinetic parameters but also in changing model structures. The need to select the `right' model structure in a reliable way on the basis of respirographic data provided by on-line sensors imposes serious real-time constraints on the methods used. First of all, fast structure characterization methods are presented allowing us to track the model structure on-line. Since these so-called a priori methods are less computing intensive, they carl be at the basis of optimal experimental design calculations that can be performed on-line, This allows us to maintain the quality of the overall model identification under the changing process conditions of a wastewater treatment plant. Two applications of Optimal Experimental Design are given.},
  author       = {Vanrolleghem, Peter A and Vandaele, M},
  issn         = {0273-1223},
  journal      = {WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY},
  keyword      = {MODEL STRUCTURE SELECTION,ACTIVATED SLUDGE WASTE-WATER TREATMENT,BIOSENSORS,IDENTIFICATION,MATHEMATICAL MODELING,OPTIMAL EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN,OXYGEN UPTAKE RATE,ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PROCESS},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Budapest, Hungary},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {243--253},
  title        = {Optimal experimental-design for structure characterization of biodegradation models : online implementation in a respirographic biosensor},
  volume       = {30},
  year         = {1994},
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