Hao Ming

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We consider the problem of a Load Serving Entity (LSE) trying to reduce its exposure to electricity market volatility by incentivizing demand response in a Smart Grid setting. We focus on the day-ahead electricity market, wherein the LSE has a good estimate of the statistics of the wholesale price of electricity at different hours in the next day, and(More)
—Incentive-based demand response in electric distribution grid has been recently proposed as an alternative to price-based mechanism. In this paper, the performance of a coupon incentive-based demand response (CIDR) in a real world setting is formulated and critically assessed. In the scheme of CIDR, load serving entities (LSEs) issue coupons to consumers(More)
  • Song Yu, Hong-Wei Liu, Hao Ming, Yang Xiao-Zong
  • 2012
—At present, multiple rendezvous applications, which use only single-transceiver radios to communicate on multiple channels, are widely used in multi-hop ad hoc networks. However, with increasing demands for communication, it is difficult for nodes to obtain an efficiently wireless channel allocation. The root cause is that some matched transceiver-pairs of(More)
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