Agent-Based Applications for the Smart Grid: A Playground for Agreement Technologies
This paper summarises an invited talk given at the Multi-agent based Applications for Sustainable Energy Systems (MASSES) workshop, as part of the 11th Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (PAAMS). It first delineates the emerging field of Agreement Technologies (AT) and then points to several case studies showing how findings from the field of AT can be used for building advanced applications for the Smart Grid.
KeywordsElectric Vehicle Smart Grid Electricity Market Wind Generator Agreement Technology
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