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Ductor Sylvain (CEA-LIST), Gil-Quijano Jesus-Javier (Département Métrologie Instrumentation et Information), Stefanovitch Nicolas (Laboratoire d'Analyse de Données et Intelligence des Systèmes), Mele Pierrick Roger (Laboratoire d'Analyse de Données et Intelligence des Systèmes (LADIS))
GRENAD, a Modular and Generic Smart-Grid Framework
Annals of Computer Science and Information Systems, 2015, vol. 5, s. 1781-1792, rys., bibliogr. 23 poz.
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Sieć Cyfrowa z Integracją Usług (ISDN), Energia, Inteligentna sieć
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN), Energy, Smart grid
We present in this paper GRENAD, a Multi- Agent System based framework for the simulation and piloting of power-grids and particularly smart grids. Exploiting a component-based approach, it allows a flexible design of complex smart grid applications by providing a generic canvas where extensible, modular and reusable components, defined on the basis of their functionalities, can be easily combined and connected. Thanks to Multi-Agent approach, a set of such components can naturally be integrated into a coherent economical agent. GRENAD makes no assumption on the energy definition and eases the development of MAS control algorithms for smart grids. The level of details of the energy-related information is controllable. This information is computed either through internal physical models or by interfacing with external simulators. We present here our model, illustrate its features with a rich example which exhibits its genericity, and demonstrate how a coordination protocol can easily be integrated to it.(original abstract)
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