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Increased OPF code development efficiency by integration of general purpose optimization and derivative computation tools
Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Power Industry Computer Applications. Connecting Utilities. PICA 99. To the Millennium and Beyond (Cat. No.99CH36351)
This paper describes a new approach for solving OPF problems, using a combination of "black-box" tools for optimization and automatic code-generation for first order derivatives. The efficiency of the new code will be evaluated in terms of maintainability, flexibility and speed. These code properties are relevant and useful considering the increasing need for easy-to-handle software tools, to integrate new models and objectives derived from the new open energy market environment, with onlydoi:10.1109/pica.1999.779394 fatcat:hw2idl64eneypjc65x3xsjl5eq