Andreas Kasis

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We present a systematic method for designing distributed generation and demand control schemes for secondary frequency regulation in power networks such that stability and an economically optimal power allocation can be guaranteed. A dissipativity condition is imposed on net power supply variables to provide stability guarantees. Furthermore, economic(More)
We present a method to design distributed generation and demand control schemes for primary frequency regulation in power networks that guarantee asymptotic stability and ensure fairness of allocation. We impose a passivity condition on net power supply variables and provide explicit steady state conditions on a general class of generation and demand(More)
BACKGROUND The lack of reliable biomarkers to track disease progression is a major problem in clinical research of chronic neurological disorders. Using Huntington's disease (HD) as an example, we describe a novel approach to model HD and show that the progression of a neurological disorder can be predicted for individual patients. METHODS Starting with(More)
We study the problem of secondary frequency regulation where ancillary services are provided via load-side participation. In particular, we consider on-off loads that switch when prescribed frequency thresholds are exceeded in order to assist existing secondary frequency control mechanisms. We show that system stability is not compromised despite the(More)
We present a method to design distributed generation and demand control schemes for primary frequency regulation in power networks that guarantee asymptotic stability and ensure fairness of allocation. We impose a passivity condition on net power supply variables and provide explicit steady state conditions on a general class of generation and demand(More)
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