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Addressing misconceptions about the Common Information Model (CIM)

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4 Author(s)
McMorran, A.W. ; Open Grid Syst. Ltd., Glasgow, UK ; Lincoln, R.W. ; Taylor, G.A. ; Stewart, E.M.

There are a number of highly significant misconceptions about what the CIM is, how it is used and what users should expect from products claiming CIM Compliance. This paper will try to address the reality of what the CIM is and how such significant misconceptions often reflect a misunderstanding about the CIM based on its most common implementations. The issue of CIM compliance will be considered from the perspective of profiling and interface definitions and why this makes the large, complex model, more manageable for those seeking to support a CIM interface.

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Power and Energy Society General Meeting, 2011 IEEE

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24-29 July 2011