Improving Control Efficiency of Dynamic Street Lighting by Utilizing the Dual Graph Grammar Concept
AbstractThe paper introduces a definition of dual graph grammar. It enables two graphs to share information in a synchronized way. A smart city example application, which is an outdoor lighting control system utilizing the dual graph grammar, is also demonstrated. The system controls dimming of street lights which is based on traffic intensity. Each luminaire’s light level is adjusted individually to comply with the lighting norms to ensure safety. Benefits of applying the dual graph grammar are twofold. First, it increases expressive power of the mathematical model that the system uses. It becomes possible to take into account complex geographical distribution of sensors and logical dependencies among them. Second, it increases the system’s efficiency by reducing the problem size during run-time. Experimental results show a reduction of the computation time by a factor of 2.8. The approach has been verified in practice. View Full-Text
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Wojnicki, I.; Kotulski, L. Improving Control Efficiency of Dynamic Street Lighting by Utilizing the Dual Graph Grammar Concept. Energies 2018, 11, 402.
Wojnicki I, Kotulski L. Improving Control Efficiency of Dynamic Street Lighting by Utilizing the Dual Graph Grammar Concept. Energies. 2018; 11(2):402.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wojnicki, Igor; Kotulski, Leszek. 2018. "Improving Control Efficiency of Dynamic Street Lighting by Utilizing the Dual Graph Grammar Concept." Energies 11, no. 2: 402.
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