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challenges for process system engineering in infrastructure operation and control

 
Titel
Challenges for process system engineering in infrastructure operation and control
Type
artikel vakblad
Referentie

Lukszo, Z.; M.P.C. Weijnen; R.R. Negenborn; B. De Schutter and M. Ilic: Challenges for process system engineering in infrastructure operation and control, pp. 95-100. In: Proceedings of the 16th European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering and 9th International Symposium on Process Sytems Engineering July 09th-13th (2006). At: Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. Eds.: Marquardt, W. and C. Pantelides. ISBN: 0-444-52969-1 / 978-0-444-52969-5. International Proceeding (refereed)

Auteurs
Koen van Dam
 
Zofia Lukszo
 
Bart de Schutter
 
Margot Weijnen
Beschrijving

The need for improving the operation and control of infrastructure systems has created a demand on
optimization methods applicable in the area of complex sociotechnical systems operated by a multitude of actors in a setting of decentralized decision making. This paper briefly presents main classes of optimization models applied in PSE system operation, explores their applicability in infrastructure system operation and stresses the importance of multi-level optimization and multi-agent model predictive control.

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Multi-agent coordination and intelligent control of infrastructure networks

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