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Towards a modular and scalable architecture for high-level smart grid applications

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9 Author(s)
Streekmann, N. ; BTC Bus. Technol. Consulting AG, Berlin, Germany ; Giesecke, S. ; Reents, G. ; Rohr, M.
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Sensor and actor population within future smart distribution grids is much denser than within transmission grids. Thereby, future grid management systems have to cope with larger amounts of data than today's grid management systems. Also, future high-level applications for network management must be suited for use within automatic control loops. This results in new challenges for designing high-level application components for power grid management. This paper addresses related software engineering challenges and presents solutions for designing software within the context of grid management.

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Software Engineering for the Smart Grid (SE4SG), 2012 International Workshop on

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3-3 June 2012