Applying a Dynamic Resource Supply Model in a Smart Grid
AbstractDynamic resource supply is a complex issue to resolve in a cyber-physical system (CPS). In our previous work, a resource model called the dynamic resource supply model (DRSM) has been proposed to handle resources specification, management and allocation in CPS. In this paper, we are integrating the DRSM with service-oriented architecture and applying it to a smart grid (SG), one of the most complex CPS examples. We give the detailed design of the SG for electricity charging request and electricity allocation between plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) and DRSM through the Android system. In the design, we explain a mechanism for electricity consumption with data collection and re-allocation through ZigBee network. In this design, we verify the correctness of this resource model for expected electricity allocation. View Full-Text
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Wan, K.; Dong, Y.; Chang, Q.; Qian, T. Applying a Dynamic Resource Supply Model in a Smart Grid. Algorithms 2014, 7, 471-491.
Wan K, Dong Y, Chang Q, Qian T. Applying a Dynamic Resource Supply Model in a Smart Grid. Algorithms. 2014; 7(3):471-491.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wan, Kaiyu; Dong, Yuji; Chang, Qian; Qian, Tengfei. 2014. "Applying a Dynamic Resource Supply Model in a Smart Grid." Algorithms 7, no. 3: 471-491.