Hao Ming

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We consider the general problem of resource sharing in societal networks, consisting of interconnected communication , transportation, energy and other networks important to the functioning of society. Participants in such network need to take decisions daily, both on the quantity of resources to use as well as the periods of usage. With this in mind we(More)
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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