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Agent-based homeostatic control for green energy in the smart grid

Sarvapali D. Ramchurn, Perukrishnen Vytelingum, Alex Rogers, Nicholas R. Jennings
2011 ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology  
batteries and smart meters for the home, to enable consumers to be more responsive to conditions on the grid in real time.  ...  In this respect, there is a growing need to integrate renewable (or green) energy sources in the grid.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We wish to thank the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments and our industrial partners for their input and direction.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1989734.1989739 fatcat:2mnxiovvo5hxhcjlgnoiw5wine

Green Energy Generation in Buildings: Grid-Tied Distributed Generation Systems (DGS) With Energy Storage Applications to Sustain the Smart Grid Transformation

Antonio Sanchez-Squella, Fernando Yanine, Aldo Barrueto, Antonio Parejo
2020 Journal of Information Technology Management  
The model optimizes grid-tied distributed generation (DG) systems with energy storage, in line with the utility's green energy program, part of its Smart Grid Transformation, aimed at installing grid-tied  ...  The paper presents a new model based on energy homeostasis for power control and energy management using tariffs differentiation as incentive, considered by ENEL, the largest electric utility in Chile.  ...  Our sincere thanks go also to ENEL Distribucion for facilitating valuable data and support in this study.  ... 
doi:10.22059/jitm.2020.75798 doaj:fe552c4fd40d4698a326a918d563db8f fatcat:jbuysat75jaxfdfn5lkeyqc7ky

Smart Grid and Its Implications for Electricity Market Design

Seon-Gu Kim, Seong-Il Hur, Yeoung-Jin Chae
2010 Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology  
In particular, smart grid with advanced ICT is likely to allow market agents to participate in the decision-making process in the restructured electricity industry, easily facilitating Homeostatic Utility  ...  The many technological benefits smart grid offers is expected to bring about a huge change in the electric energy supply chain.  ...  In addition, the bidirectional energy flow provided by smart grid between the supply and demand would be likely to highlight the operational environment of Homeostatic Utility Control in the electricity  ... 
doi:10.5370/jeet.2010.5.1.001 fatcat:3pry6pqapjd77ghcu4e56sq23e

Design and Simulation of an Energy Homeostaticity System for Electric and Thermal Power Management in a Building with Smart Microgrid

Antonio Parejo, Antonio Sanchez-Squella, Rodrigo Barraza, Fernando Yanine, Aldo Barrueto-Guzman, Carlos Leon
2019 Energies  
Therefore, a new control model for power and energy management based on homeostaticity of electric power systems (EPS) is presented, which has been already analyzed and approved by ENEL Chile in its developmental  ...  when connected to the grid.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors are grateful for the technical and financial support provided which has enabled this research, and therefore wish to thank all involved for their collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en12091806 fatcat:5es2foyh45awrortgbiwou2yse

Homeostatic Control and the Smart Grid: Applying Lessons from Biology [chapter]

Martin Beckerman
2013 Energy Systems  
The goal of this chapter is to sketch out possible control strategies for the future smart grid based upon insights into how living systems deal with these same issues.  ...  The success of this massive endeavor will depend on large measure on the development of control methodologies that maintain homeostasis in the face of natural stresses, malfunctions and deliberate attacks  ...  Neuro-Immune Model of Homeostatic Control for the Smart Grid Software agents appear to be an ideal way to incorporate macrophage-like inflammatory responses and innate immunity principles into operational  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-38134-8_2 fatcat:cxyfddeqebfmvn5v2rvz7rsdni

Multi-scale Transactive Control In Interconnected Bulk Power Systems Under High Renewable Energy Supply and High Demand Response Scenarios [article]

David P. Chassin
2017 arXiv   pre-print
This control system joins energy, capacity and regulation markets together in a unified homeostatic and economically efficient electricity operation that increases total surplus while improving reliability  ...  interconnection) scale strategy for optimal power trajectory and resource dispatch based on a shift from primarily energy cost-based approach to a primarily ramping cost-based one.  ...  Collier argues that the Internet of Things is the sine qua non platform for the future smart grid or, using Metcalfe's phrasing, the "control plane for the smart grid".  ... 
arXiv:1711.09704v2 fatcat:ym6gcl7fwffp5pcrwm2lxlshyy

Biomimetic Facade Applications for a More Sustainable Future [chapter]

Ayça Tokuç, Fatma Feyzal Özkaban, Özge Andiç Çakır
2018 Interdisciplinary Expansions in Engineering and Design With the Power of Biomimicry  
Application of key sustainability concepts in architecture such as energy requirements, form and structure, and sustainability considerations can be enhanced by learning from natural processes.  ...  The building façade is a problematic research area since it is at the intersection between living spaces and natural environment; thus it faces many problems especially regarding energy-air-water transition  ...  The authors would like to thank TBT and Diploid for the use of funginsulation in this work.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.73021 fatcat:e4n5v36ghffd3n3nzmj27kvbbe

A Survey on Biologically Inspired Algorithms for Computer Networking

Chenyu Zheng, Douglas C. Sicker
2013 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
This paper provides a comprehensive survey of BIAs for the computer networking field, in which different BIAs are organized and explored based on their: (1) biological source; (2) mathematical model; (  ...  The paper concludes by offering a framework for understanding the application of BIAs to problems in the computer networking space.  ...  The research field of BIAs for computer networking is full of potential to explore, and we anticipate that this paper will help to both advance and stimulate interest in this area.  ... 
doi:10.1109/surv.2013.010413.00175 fatcat:kl426uhbl5gahpqqprlxchu3yq

The Synthesis and Decoding of Meaning

H. Georg Schulze
2021 Journal of Artificial General Intelligence  
Spurred by a currently salient meaningful mental state in the speaker, language is used to induce a meaningful mental state in the hearer.  ...  Both components are necessary, simultaneously, for meaning to exist. This parallel existence permits the formulation of 'meaning coordinates' as ordered pairs of quantum and quale strengths.  ...  Acknowledgements I must acknowledge Lawrence Ward, for introducing me to the topic many years ago, and Robin Turner, for interesting discussions about it.  ... 
doi:10.2478/jagi-2021-0002 dblp:journals/jagi/Schulze21 fatcat:2sp7v7dpmzbl5cn2muhvlhkb6m

2. Global Problems, Complexity, and Civil Society in East Asia [chapter]

Peter Hayes, Richard Tanter
2015 Complexity, Security and Civil Society in East Asia  
In "cognitive cities," citizens equipped with smart phones become the mobile, omnipresent sensor agent for smart systems integrated across sectors. 133 As Ali Mostashari et al. explain, citizens "become  ...  Agent-based models are attractive in that they highlight how the heterogeneity of the agents affects their interaction with each other and their environment.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0059.02 fatcat:qruzjhgpbvdlllck2zvjtn3fyq

Multidisciplinary and Historical Perspectives for Developing Intelligent and Resource-Efficient Systems

Aarne Mammela, Jukka Riekki, Adrian Kotelba, Antti Anttonen
2018 IEEE Access  
This calls for intelligent use of basic resources, that is, materials, energy, information, time, frequency, and space.  ...  are based on remote control, automation, autonomy, and self-organization.  ...  In addition, the use of agent based optimization and big data are considered communications in [337] and [338] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2018.2816605 fatcat:uquofyjyazgu3hzsxjugpso76a

Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Catherine J. Thomas, Rukhsana G. Mirza, Manjot K. Gill
2021 The Medical clinics of North America  
There is a 25% risk of early AMD and 8% risk of late AMD in patients over the age of 75, with the number of cases expected to increase because of the aging population.  ...  Physicians should be aware of the symptoms, risk factors, and treatment options for AMD to refer appropriately for ophthalmologic evaluation.  ...  The Amsler grid 16 was developed as a self-monitoring tool for patients to test each eye independently, looking for distortion or the presence of a scotoma that may indicate progression from dry to wet  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mcna.2021.01.003 pmid:33926642 fatcat:d7sfjyqmufeidbcfaa52tub57q

TWO!EARS Deliverable D4.1 - Feedback-loop selection and listing (WP4: Active listening, feedback loops & integration of cross-modal information; FP7-ICT-2013-C TWO!EARS FET-Open Project 618075)

Jens Blauert, Thomas Walther
2019 Zenodo  
Ears is going to challenge current thinking in auditory modeling by replacing common paradigms in this field with a systemic approach, whereby human listeners are regarded as multi-modal agents that develop  ...  As stated in the project proposal, Two!  ...  It captures the benefits of grid-based, topological and landmark-based representations. This allows the robot to not being rigidly constrained to the classical Cartesian grid.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2595244 fatcat:3oocvxholvgr3ecgubmq3uwxqa

New Developments in Science and Technology - 60th Anniversary Special Issue, Beihang University (BUAA)

2012 Science  
provides cutting-edge research and education in advanced structural and functional materials, nanomaterials, new materials for clean energy, polymers and composites, nonequilibrium fabrication, corrosion  ...  There are 75 full-time teachers in the school, which annually graduates 150 undergraduates, 180 postgraduates, 50 Ph.D.s, and 10 students from abroad.  ...  (B) A light-induced and chemical-driven smart nanochannel. MGCB, malachite green carbinol base.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.338.6104.274-c fatcat:iurk5neuwvh2jgbohwevb5dicy

Adaptive Resonance Theory: How a brain learns to consciously attend, learn, and recognize a changing world

Stephen Grossberg
2013 Neural Networks  
interactions that focus attention on valued objects in an adaptively timed way; item-order-rank working memories and learned list chunks for the planning and control of sequences of linguistic, spatial  ...  This article reviews classical and recent developments of ART, and provides a synthesis of concepts, principles, mechanisms, architectures, and the interdisciplinary data bases that they have helped to  ...  Acknowledgment This research was supported in part by the SyNAPSE program of DARPA (HR0011-09-C-0001).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neunet.2012.09.017 pmid:23149242 fatcat:thllnkdjzfg6riattqfpytjroa
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