The growing interest in Multi-Energy Systems (MES) leads the scientific community to implement innovative technologies to analyse and simulate these complex systems. Two main research trends are identified in such analysis: i) improve the usability and capability of preexisting reference architectures in the energy field to cope with high-level use case descriptions, and ii) study the interoperability of such reference architectures in order to increase systematic and functional analysis of MES use cases. GAMES is a a general-purpose architectural model for MES engineering application. The aim is twofold: i) GAMES implements an extension of Smart Grid Architecture Model (SGAM) to cope with MES use case descriptions, and ii) it offers a methodology to deal with a systemic description of the use case through a combination of UML and SysML integrated in the proposed architectural model. Furthermore, GAMES will allow the implementation of Domain Specific Language (DSL) and hardware configuration for the specific components described by UML/SysML diagrams. Compared to other solutions, GAMES allows to assess both research trends in a single hierarchical ICT infrastructure.

GAMES: a General-purpose Architectural model for Multi-Energy System engineering applications / Barbierato, Luca; Schiera, DANIELE SALVATORE; Patti, Edoardo; Macii, Enrico; Pons, Enrico; Bompard, ETTORE FRANCESCO; Lanzini, Andrea; Borchiellini, Romano; Bottaccioli, Lorenzo. - (2020), pp. 1405-1410. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2020 IEEE International Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC) tenutosi a Madrid, Spain nel 13-17 July 2020 [10.1109/COMPSAC48688.2020.00-59].

GAMES: a General-purpose Architectural model for Multi-Energy System engineering applications

Luca Barbierato;Daniele Salvatore Schiera;Edoardo Patti;Enrico Macii;Enrico Pons;Ettore Francesco Bompard;Andrea Lanzini;Romano Borchiellin;Lorenzo Bottaccioli
2020

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The growing interest in Multi-Energy Systems (MES) leads the scientific community to implement innovative technologies to analyse and simulate these complex systems. Two main research trends are identified in such analysis: i) improve the usability and capability of preexisting reference architectures in the energy field to cope with high-level use case descriptions, and ii) study the interoperability of such reference architectures in order to increase systematic and functional analysis of MES use cases. GAMES is a a general-purpose architectural model for MES engineering application. The aim is twofold: i) GAMES implements an extension of Smart Grid Architecture Model (SGAM) to cope with MES use case descriptions, and ii) it offers a methodology to deal with a systemic description of the use case through a combination of UML and SysML integrated in the proposed architectural model. Furthermore, GAMES will allow the implementation of Domain Specific Language (DSL) and hardware configuration for the specific components described by UML/SysML diagrams. Compared to other solutions, GAMES allows to assess both research trends in a single hierarchical ICT infrastructure.
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