# Category:Network topology

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Complex processes often involve an underlying network topology, such as in the control of gas or water networks [Martin2006]**Author: ** *A. Martin; M. M\"oller; S. Moritz***Journal: ** *Mathematical Programming***Pages: ** *563--582***Title: ** *Mixed integer models for the stationary case of gas network optimization***Volume: ** *105***Year: ** *2006*

[Burgschweiger2009]**Author: ** *J. Burgschweiger; B. Gn\"adig; M.C. Steinbach***Journal: ** *The Open Applied Mathematics Journal***Pages: ** *1--16***Title: ** *Nonlinear Programming Techniques for Operative Planning in Large Drinking Water Networks***Volume: ** *3***Year: ** *2009*

. The arising structures should be exploited by efficient algorithms.

## References

[Burgschweiger2009] | J. Burgschweiger; B. Gn\"adig; M.C. Steinbach (2009): Nonlinear Programming Techniques for Operative Planning in Large Drinking Water Networks. The Open Applied Mathematics Journal, 3, 1--16 | |

[Martin2006] | A. Martin; M. M\"oller; S. Moritz (2006): Mixed integer models for the stationary case of gas network optimization. Mathematical Programming, 105, 563--582 |

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