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A distributed computing architecture for the large-scale integration of renewable energy and distributed resources in smart grids

Bibliographic reference Aravena Solís, Ignacio Andrés ; Papavasiliou, Anthony ; Papalexopoulos, Alex. A distributed computing architecture for the large-scale integration of renewable energy and distributed resources in smart grids. In: Wei-Jyi Hwang, Recent Progress in Parallel and Distributed Computing, InTech  : Rijeka 2017, p. 21-43
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