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Battery systems management using a goal-seeking framework

We present a decision-support framework for managing the charge and discharge operations in Battery Management Systems. Our goal-seeking system coordinates the charge and discharge operations of individual batteries in a collection without making any assumptions about the future behavior of the application. Our system allows users to implement different policies for scheduling the charge and […]

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On the Capacity of Smart Grid Wireless Backhaul With Delay Guarantee and Packet Concatenation

In future smart grids, low channel efficiency due to small data payloads and the delay guarantee of many near-real-time applications would become two important issues. In this paper, we propose to employ a deadline-ordered scheduler with packet concatenation and apply admission control (AC) to resolve these two issues. In order to execute the AC mechanism, […]

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Frequency domain analysis of EM crosstalk problem in a quad by the equivalent cable bundle method among twisted-wire pairs cable bundle

The proximity wire-to-wire in cables creates an electromagnetic interference problem due to electromagnetic interactions between the wires in the cable known as crosstalk. The survey of literature shows that the reduction of the number of wires is not a new task; the authors generally use the theory of equivalent cable bundle method (ECBM) with arbitrary […]

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Distribution System State Estimation Using the Hamiltonian Cycle Theory

Since the origin of energy management systems, state estimation applications have aided in automatic power system operations, mainly for transmission systems. Currently, however, smart grid concepts are modifying the behavior of distribution systems through a rapid increase of controllable distributed generators, demand response, and electric vehicles. Consequently, the advanced metering infrastructure is providing a large […]

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A Unified Framework for Defining and Measuring Flexibility in Power System

Flexibility is a widely used term in planning process and real-time operation. The existing research on flexibility uses different techniques to study flexibility property from different aspects. While studying a property from various viewpoints increases the understanding on the subject, we need a consistent theoretical framework to consolidate the ideas generated in the field, compare […]

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The Relationship between Online Engagement and Users’ Perceived Benefits: Exploring the Differences among Rural and Urban Internet Users

While the provision of infrastructure has largely been successful in South Korea, the divergent uses after getting access to the networks have resulted in a new type of digital exclusion. Among the many factors that lead to a longer term divide among those who benefit from the technologies and those who do not, this study examined the […]

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A Hybrid Method for Signal Integrity Analysis of Traces and Vias in an Infinitely Large Plate Pair

A hybrid approach is proposed to signal integrity analysis of trace and vias in plate pair with an infinitely large dimension. By using the domain decomposition method, trace domain and via domain are divided from the plate domain. Each individual domain of via and trace structure is modeled by the 3-D full-wave tool HFSS as […]

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Deduping the Internet: An email case study

Much of the traffic that traverses the Internet each day is redundant. That is, some or all of the data content has been sent previously. From a technical viewpoint, this represents a waste of resources, in terms of network bandwidth, storage, and energy efficiency. This paper presents an initial feasibility study to assess the potential of data […]

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Runtime and Architecture Support for Efficient Data Exchange in Multi-Accelerator Applications

Heterogeneous parallel computing applications often process large data sets that require multiple GPUs to jointly meet their needs for physical memory capacity and compute throughput. However, the lack of high-level abstractions in previous heterogeneous parallel programming models force programmers to resort to multiple code versions, complex data copy steps and synchronization schemes when exchanging data […]

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On the Diversity-Multiplexing Tradeoff of Unconstrained Multiple-Access Channels

In this paper, the optimal diversity-multiplexing tradeoff (DMT) is investigated for the multiple-input multiple-output fading multiple-access channel with no power constraints (infinite constellations). For$K$ users ( $K>1$ ), $M$ transmit antennas for each user, and $N$ receive antennas, infinite constellations in general and lattices in particular are shown to attain the optimal DMT of finite constellations for $Nge (K+1) M-1$ , i.e., user limited […]

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