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—This article studies a decision making problem faced by an aggregator willing to offer a load modulation service to a Transmission System Operator. This service is contracted one day ahead and consists in a load modulation option, which can be called once per day. The option specifies the range of a potential modification on the demand of the loads within… (More)

—We propose and analyze a day-ahead reserve market model that handles bids from flexible loads. This pool market model takes into account the fact that a load modulation in one direction must usually be compensated later by a modulation of the same magnitude in the opposite direction. Our analysis takes into account the gaming possibilities of producers and… (More)

- Quentin Louveaux, A. Mathei, Sebastien Mathieu
- Intell. Data Anal.
- 2016

- Q Louveaux, S Mathieu
- 2015

This article studies nonatomic congestion games with symmetric players sending flow in arcs linking a unique source and destination. These games can represent systems where electricity retailers controlling flexible consumption minimize their energy costs. We focus on games with affine cost functions and define laminar Nash equilibrium where the constraints… (More)

Considering a set of points in a multi-dimensional space with an associated real value for each point, we want to find the box with the maximum sum of the values of the included points. This problem has applications in data mining and can be formulated as a mixed-integer linear program. We propose a branch-and-bound algorithm where the bounding is obtained… (More)

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