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The concept of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs), which combine computation, networking, and physical processes, is considered to be beneficial to smart grid applications. This study presents an integrated simulation environment to provide a unified platform for the investigation of smart grid applications involving power grid monitoring, communication, and(More)
The Internet of Things (IoT), which combines identification, sensing, computing and communication technologies, is considered one of the major trends in information and communication technologies. Communication performance is critical for IoT applications. According to previous research, an internet-based overlay model is feasible for the implementation of(More)
—One of the most important features in smart grid is power system self-healing and power quality improvement. Power quality monitoring is essential to realize this feature. Installing power quality monitors (PQM) in every component of the power network is not feasible due to economic reasons. So how to find the optimal number and locations of power quality(More)
—Due to the nature of geometrically distribution, many smart grid applications require data from distributed locations. The performance of the power system is then highly correlated with the communication network that transmits sensing and controlling signals. This paper explores the impact of not only network delays but also signal synchronization(More)
In the era of Internet, one of the most ultimate goals is that users can seamlessly access to any computing application or service at anywhere anytime. Computing infrastructuralization is the path to gradually address the challenge. In this work, elop computing is proposed that encapsulates and integrates various computing elements as services, benefiting(More)
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