The smart grid requires seamless integration of software and hardware components and can be viewed as a cyber-physical energy system that integrates information and energy flows. Accordingly, it makes sense to do research on the development of applications to monitor and manage those flows. Two such applications borrow from a theory developed to support task scheduling over the Internet with a vast number of servers.
A New Way to Look at Energy and Data Flows
Posted: 12 Apr 2012
Susan Lysecky and Young-Jun Son
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