The Future-Oriented Grid-Smart Grid

  title={The Future-Oriented Grid-Smart Grid},
  author={Qilin Li and Mingtian Zhou},
  journal={J. Comput.},
Since its emergence, smart grid has been given increasingly widespread attentions. Basically, smart grid combines a various modern technologies like network communication, information processing and distributed control to provide a more secure, reliable and intelligent grid, thus meeting the requirements of future social and economic development. As a new paradigm in the power grid, smart grid undoubtedly represents the mainstream trend of future electric industry. As a result, it also brings… 

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