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Towards statistical modeling and machine learning based energy usage forecasting in smart grid
Yu W., An D., Griffith D., Yang Q., Xu G. ACM SIGAPP Applied Computing Review 15(1): 6-16, 2015. Type: Article
Seasonal variations in the demand and supply of energy in regions around the world make it difficult to accurately forecast energy usage. How should corporations balance the supply and demand for energy, in the presence of the shifting modern rest...
Sep 14 2015
On effectiveness of mesh-based protocols for smart grid communication networks
Moulema P., Yu W., Xu G., Griffith D., Golmie N., Lu C., Su D. ACM SIGAPP Applied Computing Review 14(2): 59-70, 2014. Type: Article
The smart grid relies on communication networks among millions of measuring devices, including remote terminal units (RTUs) and phasor measurement units (PMUs) in grid networks and smart meters on customer premises. Thus, building the communicatio...
May 13 2015
Opinions of people: factoring in privacy and trust
Basu A., Vaidya J., Corena J., Kiyomoto S., Marsh S., Guo G., Zhang J., Miyake Y. ACM SIGAPP Applied Computing Review 14(3): 7-21, 2014. Type: Article
As online social networks have become part of daily life, social aware recommendation has progressively emerged, aiming at more sophisticated schemata to support automated recommendations....
Nov 20 2014
Ontology driven creational design patterns as parameterized and reusable components
Chaturvedi A., Prabhakar T. ACM SIGAPP Applied Computing Review 14(1): 6-19, 2014. Type: Article
Software design patterns, especially creational design patterns, have been of special interest to the software development community since their systematic formulation in the Gang-of-Four (GoF) publication . However, many factors specifically r...
Jun 26 2014
Increasing the reliability of control systems with agent technology
Prayurachatuporn S., Benedicenti L. ACM SIGAPP Applied Computing Review 9(2): 6-12, 2001. Type: Article
This brief paper describes the use of “agents” in supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems. It is stated that the main motivating factors for using these agents are modularity, autonomy, and proactivity....
Jun 18 2002
Benedicenti L., Succi G., Vernazza T. ACM SIGAPP Applied Computing Review 9(2): 13-16, 2001. Type: Article
In this short note, the authors announce the use of a “modeling toolkit” (really a project management tool), which they state has been applied successfully by an Italian software firm. They offer the following description: “The m...
Jun 18 2002
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