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Simulation of energy social Smart Grid using Assemblage Theory and Simplicial Complex tool

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3 Author(s)
Eddie Soulier ; University of Technology of Troyes, Tech-Cico, Troyes, France ; Philippe Calvez ; Florie Bugeaud

Sustainable behaviors, social interaction, mobility and information aggregation inside digital business environment need to converge to reach the next step of collaboration to enhance collaboration and innovation. The following article is based on the “Assemblage” concept seen as a framework to formalize new user interfaces and applications. The area of research is the Energy Social Business Environment and Smart Cities, especially the Energy Smart Grids, which are considered as functional and technical foundations of the revolution of the Energy Sector of tomorrow. The main goal is to offer new central attention and decision-making tools to end-users to help them to better use Energy.

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2012 Sixth International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS)

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16-18 May 2012