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Multi-Agent Technology for Power System Control

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Chapter in Power Electronics for Renewable and Distributed Energy Systems, chapter 15, pp. 567-609, Springer, 2013.
ISBN 978-1-4471-5103-6
DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4471-5104-3_15.
The electric grid is evolving towards what has been defined as the “smart grid paradigm.” The development of communication infrastructures provides power electronics interfaces with the ability to control complex power systems in efficient and scalable ways and in real-time. Multi-Agent Systems (MAS) are based on distributing information and computing algorithms for complex networks, and are an excellent technological solution for this application. This chapter focuses on applications of MAS in power systems and describes how they can be used with other artificial intelligence techniques in order to make the grid smarter and more flexible. In addition to presenting the basics of multi-agent theory, this chapter covers some design procedures and provides several examples, as well as perspectives for future developments of MAS in power systems control.
Convertor Topologies - Distributed Energy Systems - Energy Integration - Power Electronics - Renewable Energy
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