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Dezentrales Lastmanagement zum Ausgleich kurzfristiger Abweichungen im Stromnetz

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ISBN: 9783866445468 Year: Pages: XVII, 184 p. DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000019365 Language: GERMAN
Publisher: KIT Scientific Publishing
Subject: Business and Management
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In dieser Arbeit wird ein vollständig dezentrales Konzept zum Last- und Erzeugungsmanagement vorgestellt, mit dem sich Stromverbraucher und dezentrale Stromerzeugungsanlagen selbst organisieren können, um kurzfristig präzise Laständerungen durchzuführen. Dabei sollen nicht nur größere Stromverbraucher in Industriebetrieben, sondern auch Haushaltsgeräte (z. B. Gefrierschränke) und dezentrale Stromerzeugungsanlagen einbezogen werden.

Organic Service-Level Management in Service-Oriented Environments

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ISBN: 9783866447301 Year: Pages: XVI, 363 p. DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000024188 Language: ENGLISH
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Subject: Business and Management
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Dynamic service-oriented environments (SOEs) are characterised by a large number of heterogeneous service components that are expected to support the business as a whole. The present work provides a negotiation-based approach to facilitate automated and multi-level service-level management in an SOE, where each component autonomously arranges its contribution to the whole operational goals. Evaluation experiments have shown an increased responsiveness and stability of an SOE in case of changes.

Organic traffic control

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ISBN: 9783866447257 Year: Pages: XV, 279 p. DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000024003 Language: ENGLISH
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Modern cities cannot be imagined without traffic lights controlling the road network. To handle the network's changing demands efficiently, the signal plan specification needs to be shifted from the design time to the run-time of a signal system. The generic observer/controller architecture proposed for Organic Computing facilitates this shift. A two-levelled learning mechanism optimises signal plans on-line while a distributed coordination mechanism establishes green waves in the road network.

Controlled self-organisation using learning classifier systems

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ISBN: 9783866444317 Year: Pages: XXV, 218 p. DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000013138 Language: ENGLISH
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Subject: Computer Science
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The complexity of technical systems increases, breakdowns occur quite often. The mission of organic computing is to tame these challenges by providing degrees of freedom for self-organised behaviour. To achieve these goals, new methods have to be developed. The proposed observer/controller architecture constitutes one way to achieve controlled self-organisation. To improve its design, multi-agent scenarios are investigated. Especially, learning using learning classifier systems is addressed.

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