The Canadian Academy of Engineering
His primary areas of study are Fuzzy logic, Fuzzy set, Risk analysis, Risk analysis and Analytic hierarchy process. The concepts of his Fuzzy logic study are interwoven with issues in Operations research, Data mining and Risk management. His Data mining study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Machine learning and Artificial intelligence.
His work carried out in the field of Fuzzy set brings together such families of science as Environmental engineering, Missing data, Markov process, Reliability engineering and Mathematical optimization. His research integrates issues of Water quality, Fault tree analysis and Risk assessment in his study of Risk analysis. The various areas that he examines in his Analytic hierarchy process study include Waste management, Chloramine and Management science.
Rehan Sadiq mainly investigates Fuzzy logic, Water quality, Data mining, Environmental engineering and Fuzzy set. His research in Fuzzy logic intersects with topics in Risk analysis, Risk management and Process. Rehan Sadiq combines subjects such as Distribution networks, Water resource management, Quality and Water supply with his study of Water quality.
His studies in Data mining integrate themes in fields like Machine learning, Sensor fusion and Artificial intelligence. His study ties his expertise on Risk assessment together with the subject of Environmental engineering.
Rehan Sadiq focuses on Environmental economics, Greenhouse gas, Process, Sustainability and Data mining. Rehan Sadiq interconnects Environmental planning, Benchmarking, Sustainable development, Performance indicator and Efficient energy use in the investigation of issues within Sustainability. In general Data mining study, his work on Decision tree and Dempster–Shafer theory often relates to the realm of Variable, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Fuzzy clustering study introduces a deeper knowledge of Fuzzy logic. His research investigates the link between Risk management and topics such as Risk analysis that cross with problems in Computational intelligence. His Natural resource research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Water quality and Environmental engineering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental economics, Process, Data mining, Drainage and Stormwater. His research links Material flow analysis with Environmental economics. Rehan Sadiq has included themes like New product development and Risk analysis in his Process study.
Rehan Sadiq undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Data mining and Network data in his work. Rehan Sadiq usually deals with Drainage and limits it to topics linked to Water resource management and Integrated business planning. His work deals with themes such as Current, Climate change, Aquatic ecosystem and Aquifer, which intersect with Stormwater.
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A review of drought indices
Amin Zargar;Rehan Sadiq;Bahman Naser;Faisal I. Khan.
Disinfection by-products (DBPs) in drinking water and predictive models for their occurrence: a review.
Rehan Sadiq;Manuel J Rodriguez.
An overview of construction and demolition waste management in Canada: a lifecycle analysis approach to sustainability
Muluken Yeheyis;Kasun Hewage;M. Shahria Alam;Cigdem Eskicioglu.
A review of multi-criteria decision-making methods for infrastructure management
Golam Kabir;Rehan Sadiq;Solomon Tesfamariam.
Multiple stakeholders in multi-criteria decision-making in the context of Municipal Solid Waste Management: A review.
Atousa Soltani;Kasun Hewage;Bahareh Reza;Rehan Sadiq.
Risk analysis for oil & gas pipelines: A sustainability assessment approach using fuzzy based bow-tie analysis
Anjuman Shahriar;Rehan Sadiq;Solomon Tesfamariam.
Improving the energy efficiency of the existing building stock: A critical review of commercial and institutional buildings
Rajeev Ruparathna;Kasun Hewage;Rehan Sadiq.
Risk-based environmental decision-making using fuzzy analytic hierarchy process (F-AHP)
Solomon Tesfamariam;Rehan Sadiq.
Fault and event tree analyses for process systems risk analysis: uncertainty handling formulations.
Refaul Ferdous;Faisal Khan;Rehan Sadiq;Paul Amyotte.
Sustainability assessment of flooring systems in the city of Tehran: An AHP-based life cycle analysis
Bahareh Reza;Rehan Sadiq;Kasun Hewage.
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