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Virtual knowledge service market—For effective knowledge flow within knowledge grid

Hai Zhuge, Weiyu Guo
2007 Journal of Systems and Software  
The virtual knowledge service market provides an experimental platform for exploring the rules of knowledge service such as the impact of individual behavior on states of individual and team as well as  ...  To stimulate the supply of knowledge services, this paper proposes a virtual knowledge service market by establishing reward and reputation mechanisms.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors wish to thank all team members of China Knowledge Grid Research Group for their help and cooperation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2007.02.028 fatcat:nxgojex2cvcrdk2uw4gbcsaku4

Exploring Flows in the Intelligent Agent Grid Environment [chapter]

Zhuge Hai
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The Environment is the unity of the natural material world, virtual world and cognitive world. Various types of attraction in the environment drive the flows.  ...  The rules of flows guide the development and management of the environment.  ...  Acknowledgement The author thanks all the team members of the China Knowledge Grid Research Group (http://kg.ict.ac.cn) for their cooperation and support, especially X.Chen, L.Ding and Z.Gu for their help  ... 
doi:10.1007/11512073_2 fatcat:av4e5lhq3zg5ddcm5lyl7uzv4a

The Knowledge Grid and Its Methodology

Hai Zhuge
2005 2005 First International Conference on Semantics, Knowledge and Grid  
In the human, society, interconnection environment and systems methodology perspectives, this paper answers the following questions: What are the Knowledge Grid and its distinguished features?  ...  The Knowledge Grid methodology is the study of the fundamental principles, strategies and methods for the development and maintenance of the Knowledge Grid as a human-machine environment.  ...  The methodology was proposed for the first time in [11] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/skg.2005.124 dblp:conf/skg/Zhuge05 fatcat:di2ppovfkfbrljjktox5e3jf54

CLOUD COMPUTING APPLICATION AND SECURITY IN SMART POWER GRIDS

Ayushi Ghill, Anshita Dharmawat, Yogesh Shirmali
2021 International Journal of Technical Research & Science  
This paper proposes specific cloud computing solutions to supply effective technical support for storage and computing of sensible power grids.  ...  At a similar time, we have a tendency to style a theme for sensible facility cloud computing, and explains the varied edges with the cloud computing, and therefore the existing security problems and preventive  ...  for the grid.  ... 
doi:10.30780/specialissue-scrdsi-2021/003 fatcat:omakevfyzbaxld4mq6iqc3zc3q

The personal Grid e-workspace (g-work) [chapter]

M.N. Vafopoulos, G.A. Gravvanis, A.N. Platis
2006 Grid Technologies  
Specifically, semantic web technologies and grid computing are emerging as the enabling infrastructure for the next decades because they are providing a unified way for managing distributed computing,  ...  The fundamental challenge along the way is to provide an integrated bundle of user-centric web services coupled to processing power resources, namely a personal grid e-workspace (g-work) to every citizen  ...  Within the OGSA framework has been developed the Grid Services Flow Language (GSFL), an XML-based language that allows the specification of workflow descriptions for Grid services [25] .  ... 
doi:10.2495/1-84564-055-1/08 fatcat:dkiqfu4bqzcujgbotqylfbupt4

Future interconnection environment

Hai Zhuge
2005 Computer  
Abstract flow modeling. Finding rules and principles common to material, information, knowledge, and service flows and discovering their logistics is another big challenge.  ...  A person's role can move from one community to another through flows of material, information, knowledge, and services that link communities and exploit computing resources.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2005.142 fatcat:zisacwdgt5gztp6a6rkj6ftw5q

Cloud Computing Value Chains: Understanding Businesses and Value Creation in the Cloud [chapter]

Ashraf Bany Mohammed, Jörn Altmann, Junseok Hwang
2009 Economic Models and Algorithms for Distributed Systems  
Using an extensive analyze of existing Cloud business models, Cloud services, stakeholder relations, market configurations and value structures, this Chapter develops a reference model for value chains  ...  Our findings suggest new services, business opportunities, and policy practices for realizing more adoption and value creation paths in the Cloud. (2000) . Primary 68Q10; secondery 68Q85.  ...  For instance, the flow of knowledge between solution providers and financial service providers or between brokers and market place service providers can have these effects. • Flexibility in Service Composition  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7643-8899-7_11 fatcat:i566zoozcrdepiifplwxrszyty

The Knowledge Grid Environment

Hai Zhuge
2008 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
individuals, flows for dynamic resource sharing, and mechanisms supporting effective resource management and providing appropriate knowledge services for problem-solving and innovation.  ...  for studying and realizing the Knowledge Grid Environment.  ...  Web 2.0-based Knowledge Grid Environment: A Massive Interactive Knowledge Web Grid is not the unique platform for implementing the Knowledge Grid Environment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mis.2008.111 fatcat:nuo5ghtss5fgtmbjlm4lrr6zvy

A knowledge management platform for supporting Smart Grids based on peer to peer and service oriented architecture technologies

Amalia Sergaki, Kostas Kalaitzakis
2011 2011 IEEE International Conference on Smart Measurements of Future Grids (SMFG) Proceedings  
We present the design and implementation of a platform that supports the knowledge management needs for applications such as power system operations and power system reliability in the Smart Grid environment  ...  The work presented in this paper provides a framework of knowledge management mechanisms in order to support a Smart Grid.  ...  the electricity flows created by the liberalized market.  ... 
doi:10.1109/smfg.2011.6125775 fatcat:a2uvvqxbjraz3po37hzvteffui

New Federated Collaborative Networked Organization Model (FCNOM)

Morcous M. Yassa, Hesham A. Hassan, Fatma A. Omara
2012 International Journal of Cloud Computing and Services Science (IJ-CLOSER)  
In addition, it minimizes the negotiations within CNO components during its life cycle, supports DVO configuration automation, as well as, helps decision making for DVO, and achieves harmonization between  ...  Formation of Collaborative Networked Organization (CNO) usually comes upon expected business opportunities and needs huge of negotiation during its lifecycle, especially to increase the Dynamic Virtual  ...  Process integration, and information flows within and across DVO components. Figure 1. The CNO boundaries Figure 1 shows an example of the generic CNO boundaries.  ... 
doi:10.11591/closer.v1i1.131 fatcat:befohev3ybg77jbxbqmlh2bq5m

Supporting Renewable Power Supply Through Distributed Coordination of Energy Resources [chapter]

Michael Sonnenschein, Christian Hinrichs, Astrid Nieße, Ute Vogel
2014 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  
Dynamical Virtual Power Plants (DVPP) are introduced as a first prototype of distributed controlled components of a Smart Grid.  ...  But integrating these decentralized power sources into the current power grid designed for a centralized power supply is a challenging task.  ...  Additionally, we thank the anonymous reviewers for helpful comments that improved this contribution.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-09228-7_23 fatcat:iisc26vvubaenlw7acnn54yumy

Knowledge flow management supporting complex problem solving: learning spectrum and its infrastructure

Wanchun Dou, Xiping Liu, Guihai Chen, S.C. Cheung, Shijie Cai
2007 International Journal of Knowledge and Learning  
Dynamic knowledge flow management consists of cognition-compliant knowledge transferring and propagation for facilitating problem solving, which is a novel research issue in the KM domain.  ...  To meet the globally distributed tendency of complex problem solving with cognitive intention, the infrastructure of Problem Solving Environment (PSE) based on Knowledge Grid (KG) scenarios is explored  ...  The third issue is effective propagation and management of knowledge in dynamic virtual organisations. The fourth issue is effective knowledge organisation, evaluation, refinement and derivation.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijkl.2007.012602 fatcat:2iykpsvz2nbq5aaf5ckrnvjzgy

Servitized Enterprises for Distributed Collaborative Commerce

Haluk Demirkan, James C. Spohrer
2010 International Journal of Service Science Management Engineering and Technology  
A secondary attitude within that culture is an awareness of the complexities associated with service tradeoff decision-making, requiring a careful balance of value, risk, cost, and quality of service.  ...  Agility and innovation are essential for survival in today's business world.  ...  Miguel-Angel Sicilia for his support.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jssmet.2010010105 fatcat:b5zrpj4lejgv3dvdof572tefzu

Reuse of Semantic Models for Emerging Smart Grids Applications [article]

Valentina Janev, Dušan Popadić, Dea Pujić, Maria Esther Vidal, Kemele Endris
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The selection of reusable models has been done based on a set of scenarios related to electricity balancing services, predictive maintenance services, and services for the residential, commercial and industrial  ...  Therefore, this paper identifies semantic models that can be reused for building interoperable energy management services and applications.  ...  One of the requirements related to procedures for data access in future electricity markets is related to interoperability of energy services within the Union.  ... 
arXiv:2107.06999v1 fatcat:stnym7nw6rd2dmpntk77x5qrba

Role of Proactive Behaviour Enabled by Advanced Computational Intelligence and ICT in Smart Energy Grids
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Phuong H. Nguyen, Wil L. Kling, Paulo F. Ribeiro, Ganesh K. Venayagamoorthy, Roel Croes
2013 Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Smart Grids and Green IT Systems  
This paper addresses a need for having a comprehensive research on anticipatory, change-oriented and self-initiated capabilities of SEG.  ...  A Smart Energy Grid (SEG) is needed to overcome the challenge of a sustainable and reliable energy supply by merging advanced ICT and control techniques to interact with the power grid.  ...  This paper discusses generally research trends in SEG as well as related limitations of the current network functions and market services.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0004408900820087 dblp:conf/smartgreens/NguyenKRVC13 fatcat:i3wy4imopjdnzbn7d3ptefqj7y
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