J. A. Rodriguez-Mondejar

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Future power systems (commonly referred to as Smart Grids) will be managed by numerous intelligent electronic devices. These devices will have to interoperate; that is, they will need to exchange data with each other in order to co-operate over complex control tasks. Interoperability will only be achieved when Smart Grid devices share common semantics on(More)
During the planning and configuration of future energy smart grids translations of configuration files between CIM and IEC 61850 standards are going to be required. In order to carry out such translations it is necessary to align the CIM and SCL ontologies, which define the semantics of the configuration files. This work presents a methodology to(More)
Current solutions to the interoperability problem in Home Automation systems are based on a priori agreements where protocols are standardized and later integrated through specific gateways. In this regards, spontaneous interoperability, or the ability to integrate new devices into the system with minimum planning in advance, is still considered a major(More)
Simulation is an important tool for study, analysis, design and evaluation of real world systems that we are unable to experiment with directly. Due to complexity of Smart Grids communication systems, it is necessary to use advanced simulation systems with the aim of accelerate the development and implementation of Smart Grids. In this paper, an advanced(More)
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