Analysis of various partitioning strategies for multi-agent system-based real-time load management for NG IPs ships

@article{Feng2011AnalysisOV,
  title={Analysis of various partitioning strategies for multi-agent system-based real-time load management for NG IPs ships},
  author={Xianyong Feng and Karen L. Butler-Purry and Takis Zourntos},
  journal={2011 IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium},
  year={2011},
  pages={173-180}
}
The real-time load management techniques for next generation integrated power systems (NG IPS) for ships are being developed to balance the load demand and the power generation while satisfying the operating constraints of the system in real-time. To solve the real-time load management problem using a multi-agent system cooperative control protocol, the NG IPS must be partitioned into smaller subsystems that are modeled using dynamical agents. In this paper, three potential partitioning… CONTINUE READING

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