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Building plug and play power applications using abstract object modeling

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4 Author(s)
Robinson, M. ; PowerData Corp., Bellevue, WA, USA ; Mosier, C. ; de la Pena, F. ; Podmore, R.

This paper addresses the computer industry's general inability to develop complex software applications in a manner that promotes easy integration, reusability and low maintenance. Most complex applications are built for a very specific environment and include far too many dependencies, making them difficult to maintain and expensive to integrate. A development methodology known as Abstract Object Modeling is discussed that overcomes this limitation and a simple power application known as a linear powerflow is used as an example. The powerflow is first discussed in terms of a traditional approach, then in terms of the abstract object modeling.

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System Sciences, 2002. HICSS. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Hawaii International Conference on

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7-10 Jan. 2002