Chiara Piacentini

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The electricity network balancing problem consists of ensuring that the electricity demands of the consumers are met by the committed supply. Constraints are imposed on the different elements of the network, so that damage to the equipment is prevented when transformers are stepped up or down, or generation is increased. We consider this problem within(More)
won the best student paper award in the Novel Applications Track of ICAPS 2013. The paper discusses the combination of an AI Planner (POPF) with an external solver, in order to handle the non-linear constraints that arise in planning for electicity networks. The work is part of the EPSRC Autonomic Power System project that considers the reasoning required(More)
This paper refers to the future energy scenario of 2050, where new issues about electricity networks will arise due the changes in both the generation and the demand side. In the future more monitoring and control will be needed on distribution networks. The current techniques applicable at the transmission level are not suitable for distribution networks,(More)
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