An agent approach to bulk power system restoration

  title={An agent approach to bulk power system restoration},
  author={Takeshi Nagata and Yoshiki Tahara and Hideki Fujita},
  journal={IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 2005},
  pages={599-604 Vol. 1}
In this paper, we propose a new decentralized multi-agent approach for the bulk power system restoration. The proposed multi-agent system is constructed with two-level hierarchical architecture. Several local-area management agents (LMAs) and remote-area management agents (RMAs) are located at the upper level, which are corresponding to the local/remote area management system, while several load agents (LAGs) and generator agents (GAGs) are located at the lower level. In order to demonstrate… CONTINUE READING

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