References

Due to limitations with cross referenced citations in reStructuredText (e.g., commas and spaces are not supported), citations are cross referenced using a 6 digit notation *.

ALA01

American Lifelines Alliance. (2001). Seismic Fragility Formulations for Water Systems, Part 1 and 2. Report for the American Lifelines Alliance, ASCE (Ed.) Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers. April 2001.

AwGB90

Awumah, K., Goulter, I., and Bhatt, S.K. (1990). Assessment of reliability in water distribution networks using entropy based measures. Stochastic Hydrology and Hydraulics, 4(4), 309-320.

BaRR13

Barker, K., Ramirez-Marquez, J.E., and Rocco, C.M. (2013). Resilience-based network component importance measures. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 117, 89-97.

Bieni19

Bieniek, T., van Andel, B., and Bø, T.I. (2019). Bidirectional UTM-WGS84 converter for python, Retrieved on February 5, 2019 from https://github.com/Turbo87/utm

CrLo02

Crowl, D.A., and Louvar, J.F. (2011). Chemical Process Safety: Fundamentals with Applications, 3 edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 720p.

ELLT12

Eto, J.H., LaCommare, K.H., Larsen, P.H., Todd, A., and Fisher, E. (2012). An Examination of Temporal Trends in Electricity Reliability Based on Reports from U.S. Electric Utilities. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Report Number LBNL-5268E. Berkeley, CA: Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 68p

Folium

python-visualization/folium. (n.d.). Retrieved on February 5, 2019 from https://github.com/python-visualization/folium

GaCl18

Gazoni, E. and Clark, C. (2018) openpyxl - A Python library to read/write Excel 2010 xlsx/xlsm files, Retrieved on May 4, 2018 from https://openpyxl.readthedocs.io.

HaSS08

Hagberg, A.A., Schult, D.A., and Swart, P.J. (2008). Exploring network structure, dynamics, and function using NetworkX. In Proceedings of the 7th Python in Science Conference (SciPy2008), August 19-24, Pasadena, CA, USA.

Hunt07

Hunter, J.D. (2007). Matplotlib: A 2D graphics environment. Computing in Science and Engineering, 9(3), 90-95.

ICC12

International Code Council. (2011). 2012 International Fire Code, Appendix B - Fire-Flow Requirements for Buildings. Country Club Hills, IL: International Code Council, ISBN: 978-1-60983-046-5.

JCMG11

Joyner, D., Certik, O., Meurer, A., and Granger, B.E. (2012). Open source computer algebra systems, SymPy. ACM Communications in Computer Algebra, 45(4), 225-234.

Lamb01

Lambert, A. (2001). What do we know about pressure-leakage relationships in distribution systems. Proceedings of the IWA Specialised Conference ‘System Approach to Leakage Control and Water Distribution Systems Management’, Brno, Czech Republic, 2001, May 16-18, 89-96.

LWFZ17

Liu, H., Walski, T., Fu, G., Zhang, C. (2017). Failure Impact Analysis of Isolation Valves in a Water Distribution Network. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 143(7): 04017019.

Mcki13

McKinney, W. (2013). Python for Data Analysis: Data Wrangling with Pandas, NumPy, and IPython. Sebastopal, CA: O’Reilly Media, 1 edition, 466p.

NIAC09

National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC). (2009). Critical Infrastructure Resilience, Final Report and Recommendations, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Washington, D.C., Accessed September 20, 2014. http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/niac/niac_critical_infrastructure_resilience.pdf.

OsKS02

Ostfeld, A., Kogan, D., and Shamir, U. (2002). Reliability simulation of water distribution systems - single and multiquality. Urban Water, 4(1), 53-61.

Ross00

Rossman, L.A. (2000). EPANET 2 Users Manual. Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Technical Report, EPA/600/R–00/057, 200p.

RWTS20

Rossman, L., Woo, H., Tryby M., Shang, F., Janke, R., and Haxton, T. (2020) EPANET 2.2 User Manual. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-20/133.

SOKZ12

Salomons, E., Ostfeld, A., Kapelan, Z., Zecchin, A., Marchi, A., and Simpson, A. (2012). The battle of the water networks II - Problem description. Water Distribution Systems Analysis Conference 2012, September 24-27, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Retrieved on May 23, 2017 from https://emps.exeter.ac.uk/media/universityofexeter/emps/research/cws/downloads/WDSA2012-BWNII-ProblemDescription.pdf.

SPHC16

Sievert, C., Parmer, C., Hocking, T., Chamberlain, S., Ram, K., Corvellec, M., and Despouy, P. (2016). plotly: Create interactive web graphics via Plotly’s JavaScript graphing library [Software].

Todi00

Todini, E. (2000). Looped water distribution networks design using a resilience index based heuristic approach. Urban Water, 2(2), 115-122.

USEPA14

United States Environmental Protection Agency. (2014). Systems Measures of Water Distribution System Resilience. Washington DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Technical Report, EPA 600/R–14/383, 58p.

USEPA15

United States Environmental Protection Agency. (2015). Water Security Toolkit User Manual. Washington DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Technical Report, EPA/600/R-14/338, 187p.

VaCV11

van der Walt, S., Colbert, S.C., and Varoquaux, G. (2011). The NumPy array: A structure for efficient numerical computation. Computing in Science and Engineering, 13, 22-30.

WaSM88

Wagner, J.M., Shamir, U., and Marks, D.H. (1988). Water distribution reliability: Simulation methods. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 114(3), 276-294.

WaWC06

Walski, T., Weiler, J. Culver, T. (2006). Using Criticality Analysis to Identify Impact of Valve Location. Water Distribution Systems Analysis Symposium. Cincinnati, OH, American Society of Civil Engineers: 1-9.

WWQP06

Wald, D.J., Worden, B.C., Quitoriano, V., and Pankow, K.L. (2006). ShakeMap manual: Technical manual, user’s guide, and software guide. United States Geologic Survey, Retrieved on April 25, 2017 from http://pubs.usgs.gov/tm/2005/12A01/

WCSG03

Walski, T.M., Chase, D.V., Savic, D.A., Grayman, W., Beckwith, S. (2003). Advanced Water Distribution Modeling and Management. HAESTAD Press, Waterbury, CT, 693p.

*

Cross reference labels begins with 4 letters:

  • If the citation has one author, the first 4 letters of name are used

  • If the citation has two authors, the first 2 letters of author 1 and first 2 letters of author 2 are used

  • If the citation has three authors, the first 2 letters of author 1, first letter of author 2, and first letter of author 3 are used

  • If the citation has four authors, the first letter of each author is used

  • If the citation has more than four authors, the first letter of first four authors is used

  • Exceptions are made for American Lifelines Alliance (ALA) and United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)

The next two digits are the year (century ignored). If the 6 digits match another citation, a lower case letter (a, b, …) is added. Cross reference notation will be updated to a standard format when better options come available.