Control systems play an ever-increasing role in critical infrastructure performance and protection. But today's designs fall far short of being the widely imagined highly autonomous and flexible systems that are supposed to be at the heart of efficient, effective and resilient critical infrastructure. A multi-agent philosophy has been proposed as a notional architecture to decompose these control system dynamics and interdependencies in a smarter grid.
A Multi-Agent Approach to Smart Grid Control Architecture
Posted: 13 Nov 2013
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