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Generic architectures for open, multi-objective autonomic systems: application to smart micro-grids

Research output: ThesisDoctoral Thesis

Published
Publication date2013
Number of pages168
QualificationPhD
Awarding Institution
  • ParisTech
Publisher
  • ParisTech
Original languageEnglish
Externally publishedYes

Abstract

Autonomic features, i.e. the capability of systems to manage themselves, are necessary to control complex systems, i.e. systems that are open, large scale, dynamic, comprise heterogeneous third-party sub-systems and follow multiple, sometimes conflicting objectives. In this thesis, we aim to provide generic reusable supports for designing complex autonomic systems. We propose a formalisation of management objectives, a generic architecture for designing adaptable multi-objective autonomic systems, and generic organisations integrating such autonomic systems. We apply our approach to the concrete case of smart micro-grids which is a relevant example of such complexity. We present a simulation platform we developped and illustrate our approach via several simulation scenarios.