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A generalized information management system applied to electrical distribution

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A system solution approach to information management for electrical distribution that meets the requirements being imposed by industry trends and the electric utility customer is presented. The approach is based on three significant phenomena in the computer industry: the replacement of traditional mainframe computer solutions with networked microcomputer and workstation solutions; the emergence of a standards-based software products industry; and the movement toward object-oriented software methodologies. The resulting technology enables the construction of generalized information systems that can evolve and be augmented over extended life cycles while containing maintenance and lifetime costs. An overview of an electric distribution management system that can support evolution and flexibility for customers in the 1990s and beyond is provided. The ability to evolve, system integration, and user-focused development are discussed.<>

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Computer Applications in Power, IEEE  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 3 )