Generic architectures for open, multi-objective autonomic systems:application to smart micro-grids

Frey, Sylvain (2013) Generic architectures for open, multi-objective autonomic systems:application to smart micro-grids. PhD thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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Abstract

Autonomic features, i.e. the capability of systems to manage themselves, are necessary to control complex systems, i.e. systems that are open, large scale, dynamic, comprise heterogeneous third-party sub-systems and follow multiple, sometimes conflicting objectives. In this thesis, we aim to provide generic reusable supports for designing complex autonomic systems. We propose a formalisation of management objectives, a generic architecture for designing adaptable multi-objective autonomic systems, and generic organisations integrating such autonomic systems. We apply our approach to the concrete case of smart micro-grids which is a relevant example of such complexity. We present a simulation platform we developped and illustrate our approach via several simulation scenarios.

Item Type:
Thesis (PhD)
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126556
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Deposited On:
26 Jul 2018 15:30
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18 Sep 2020 06:43