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Receding Horizon Optimization of Petroleum Reservoir Waterflooding Using Sequential Quadratic Programming

Receding Horizon Optimization of Petroleum Reservoir Waterflooding Using Sequential Quadratic Programming

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Inspec keywords: control system synthesis; genetic algorithms; hydrocarbon reservoirs; control engineering computing; quadratic programming

Subjects: Control system analysis and synthesis methods; Mining, oil drilling and natural gas industries; Optimisation techniques; Control applications in mining, oil and natural gas technology; Control engineering computing; Optimisation; Control technology and theory

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