SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:C-SWAT: The Soil and Water Assessment Tool with consolidated input files in alleviating computational burden of recursive simulations 
Authors:Yen, H., M. Ahmadi, M. J. White, X. Wang and J. G. Arnold 
Journal:Computers & Geosciences 
Volume (Issue):72 
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Broad Application Category:computational approaches 
Primary Application Category:computational efficiency 
Secondary Application Category:data and/or component contribution to SWAT or SWAT+ 
Watershed Description:611 km^2 Little Washita River Basin (LWRB) located in southwestern Oklahoma, U.S. 
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General Comments:- The majority of SWAT input files are consolidated into 13 integrated files in C-SWAT - Parallelized Shuffled Complex Evolution algorithm is incorporated with C-SWAT - Significant improvement in computational speed is achieved using C-SWAT - C-SWAT is beneficial to large scale studies with potentially great number of data 
Keywords:SWAT; Auto-calibration; Consolidated inputs; Parallel processing; Shuffled complex evolution