Power Systems as Dynamic Networks
The theory of power systems dynamics has been developed largely from detailed studies of the dynamics of simple system structures with emphasis on the effects of modeling details of the dynamics. In contrast, the recent study in the science of complex networks, motivated by numerous real-world examples in various areas including power systems, employs rather simple dynamics and yet places much more emphasis on network structures. It appears that the two approaches can usefully inform each other...[Show more]
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