Mireille Jacomino

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This paper presents the principles of a Home Automation system dedicated to power management that adapts power consumption to available power ressources according to user comfort and cost criteria. The system relies on a multi-agent paradigm. Each agent is embedded into a power resource or an equipment, which may be an environment (thermal-air,(More)
This paper presents the principles of a home automation system dedicated to power management that adapts power consumption to available power ressources according to inhabitant comfort and cost criteria. The system relies on a multi-agent paradigm. Each agent supports a service achieved by several devices, it cooperates and coordinates its action with(More)
In this thesis, we have worked on the problem of implementing dynamic control plans in a high-<lb>mix semiconductor environment. We focused on the trade-off between yield and cycle time, the<lb>minimization of the number of controls without added value, and the optimization of the use of<lb>inspection capacity. We started our works by formalizing and(More)
This paper focuses on demand-side load management applied to the residential sector. A home automation system controlling household energy is proposed. It is decomposed into three layers: anticipation, reactive and device layers. This paper deals with an anticipation layer that allocates energy by taking into account predicted events. It consists in(More)
This paper contributes to the design of intelligent buildings. A MultiAgents Home Automation System (MAHAS) is proposed which controls appliances and energy sources in buildings. The objective of this paper is to show that by using intelligent agents related to appliances, it is possible to improve the energy consumption/production in buildings. The(More)