Efficient Energy Distribution in a Smart Grid using Multi-Player Games

@inproceedings{Brihaye2016EfficientED,
  title={Efficient Energy Distribution in a Smart Grid using Multi-Player Games},
  author={Thomas Brihaye and Amit Kumar Dhar and Gilles Geeraerts and Axel Haddad and Benjamin Monmege},
  booktitle={Cassting/SynCoP},
  year={2016}
}
Algorithms and models based on game theory have nowadays become prominent techniques for the design of digital controllers for critical systems. Indeed, such techniques enable automatic synthesis: given a model of the environment and a property that the controller must enforce, those techniques automatically produce a correct controller, when it exists. In the present paper, we consider a class of concurrent, weighted, multi-player games that are well-suited to model and study the interactions… Expand
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