Distributed Data Mining for Sustainable Smart Grids

  title={Distributed Data Mining for Sustainable Smart Grids},
  author={Rajarshi Mallik and Nikhil Sarda and Hillol Kargupta and Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay},
Electric power infrastructure is rapidly running up against oversized growth, scale and efficiency. Electricity production, distribution and consumption play a critical role in the sustainability of the planet and its natural resources. Smart Grids which enable two-way communication and monitoring between producers and end-users need novel computational algorithms for supporting generation of power from wide range of sources, efficient energy distribution, and sustainable consumption. This… CONTINUE READING

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