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Smart Grid Simulation Based on High Level Architecture. / Hussain, Muhammad Majid; Razaq, Abdul ; Siddique, M.

2021.

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@conference{d246ffba80e1466ea9570d8353e90904,
title = "Smart Grid Simulation Based on High Level Architecture",
abstract = "Simulation of complex systems such as Smart Grid (SG) requires intensive computing in terms of processing, network bandwidth and storage. We evaluate system architectures and technologies to implement High Level Architecture (HLA) for SG simulation system. The proposed architecture will encapsulate complexity to provide simulation as a web service. This unique design will allow users to investigate challenges related to SG without being involved in complications of co-simulation. HLA will guarantee to address reusability and interoperability of complex simulations. It will allow building custom simulations for SG without having knowledge of power and communication systems.",
author = "Hussain, {Muhammad Majid} and Abdul Razaq and M. Siddique",
year = "2021",
month = apr,
day = "28",
language = "English",

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T1 - Smart Grid Simulation Based on High Level Architecture

AU - Hussain, Muhammad Majid

AU - Razaq, Abdul

AU - Siddique, M.

PY - 2021/4/28

Y1 - 2021/4/28

N2 - Simulation of complex systems such as Smart Grid (SG) requires intensive computing in terms of processing, network bandwidth and storage. We evaluate system architectures and technologies to implement High Level Architecture (HLA) for SG simulation system. The proposed architecture will encapsulate complexity to provide simulation as a web service. This unique design will allow users to investigate challenges related to SG without being involved in complications of co-simulation. HLA will guarantee to address reusability and interoperability of complex simulations. It will allow building custom simulations for SG without having knowledge of power and communication systems.

AB - Simulation of complex systems such as Smart Grid (SG) requires intensive computing in terms of processing, network bandwidth and storage. We evaluate system architectures and technologies to implement High Level Architecture (HLA) for SG simulation system. The proposed architecture will encapsulate complexity to provide simulation as a web service. This unique design will allow users to investigate challenges related to SG without being involved in complications of co-simulation. HLA will guarantee to address reusability and interoperability of complex simulations. It will allow building custom simulations for SG without having knowledge of power and communication systems.

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