Malcolm R. Irving

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The vast majority of the developed planning methods for power distribution systems consider only one objective function to optimize. This function represents the economical costs of the systems. However, there are other planning aspects that should be considered but they can not be expressed in terms of costs; therefore, they need to be formulated as(More)
The presentation to the CIMug will fall into three main parts: 1/ Description of the problem-tracing resource genealogy to a particular power system model and managing name-identity coupling within a model repository scenario: Electricity network resources are frequently identified within different power systems by inhomogeneous names and identities due to(More)
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