Multi-Agent Coalition Formation in Power Transmission Planning

  title={Multi-Agent Coalition Formation in Power Transmission Planning},
  author={Jerome Yen and Y. H. Yan and B. J. Wang and P. K. H. Sin and Felix F. Wu},
Deregulation and restructuring have become unavoidable trends to the power industry recently, in order to increase its efficiency, to reduce operation costs, or to provide customers a better service. The once centralized system planning and management must be remodeled to reflect the changes in the market environment. We propose and have developed a multi-agent based system to assist players, such as, owners of power generation stations, owners of transmission lines, and groups of consumers, to… CONTINUE READING
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