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Building multi-agent systems for power engineering applications

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In order to support the power engineering community in terms of effective implementation of multi-agent system technology, two key technical issues need to be addressed: how should/can agents, autonomous intelligent agents and societies of agents be built for power engineering applications? Underlying these core questions are a number of key technical challenges. In this paper the authors discuss the technical aspects of the standards, tools, supporting technologies and design methodologies available to those wishing to implement a MAS solution to a power engineering problem. Based on the authors' experience of implementing multi-agent systems for condition monitoring and the analysis of power system disturbances, both the benefits and shortcomings of these technologies and approaches are discussed

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Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 2006. IEEE

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