Nowadays, society and business rely heavily on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) systems, which are progressing faster than ever. To stay on pace with them, focus is shifted towards integration of individual ICT systems into complex systems, which offers more functionality than simply the sum of individual systems. In this regard, Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs) have gained significant importance and System-of-Systems (SoS) approach has been suggested for modeling complex CPSs to achieve a higher level goal, by dynamically building a large system with existing autonomous, and heterogeneous constituent systems (CSs). An important challenge in a system of Cyber-Physical Systems (SoCPSs) is to develop seamless collaboration between autonomous constituent-CPSs (CCPSs) to coordinate their operations. In this paper, we propose an agent based coordination mechanism to coordinate resource allocation and demand in SoCPSs. The approach models each CCPS as an agent and describes how multiple autonomous CCPSs, i.e., Virtual Power Plant (VPP), Commercial Greenhouse Growers (CGGs), communicate and collaborate with each other asynchronously through negotiation and how potential conflicts between CCPSs with conflicting goals are resolved. The efficacy of the proposed mechanism is validated through simulation of different real-world acyclic SoCPSs topologies. The results show that proposed approach is able to balance the individual requirements of multiple connected CPSs while achieving SoCPSs’ mission.
|Udgave nummer||Suppl. 2|
|Status||Udgivet - sep. 2021|
|Begivenhed||1st Energy Informatics Academy Conference Asia - Beijing, Kina|
Varighed: 29. maj 2021 → 30. maj 2021
Konferencens nummer: 1
|Konference||1st Energy Informatics Academy Conference Asia|
|Periode||29/05/2021 → 30/05/2021|
Bibliografisk noteFunding Information:
The reported research was part of the research project: COORDICY - ICT-driven Coordination for Reaching 2020 Energy Efficiency Goals in Public and Commercial Buildings, funded by Innovation Fund Denmark.
© 2021, The Author(s).