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Reda Jabeur ◽  
Youness Boujoudar ◽  
Mohamed Azeroual ◽  
Ayman Aljarbouh ◽  
Najat Ouaaline

This paper proposes a multi-agent system for energy management in a microgrid for smart home applications, the microgrid comprises a photovoltaic source, battery energy storage, electrical loads, and an energy management system (EMS) based on smart agents. The microgrid can be connected to the grid or operating in island mode. All distributed sources are implemented using MATLAB/Simulink to simulate a dynamic model of each electrical component. The agent proposed can interact with each other to find the best strategy for energy management using the java agent development framework (JADE) simulator. Furthermore, the proposed agent framework is also validated through a different case study, the efficiency of the proposed approach to schedule local resources and energy management for microgrid is analyzed. The simulation results verify the efficacy of the proposed approach using Simulink/JADE co-simulation.

2022 ◽  
Vol 30 (7) ◽  
pp. 0-0

Enterprise financial risks are analyzed utilizing the theory of organizational behavior, and a financial risk management system is constructed to improve the design and algorithm of the enterprise risk management system. Base on the CCER (China Center for Economic Research) database, the early warning model for enterprise financial risk management containing five indices is proposed for enterprises. Through Logistic regression analysis, the design principle of the financial risk management system based on AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology is explained. The proposed system innovatively introduces the AI integrated learning method, optimizes objective function through XGBoost (eXtreme Gradient Boosting) algorithm, and trains the model through BP (Backpropagation) NN (Neural Network). Finally, following comparative analysis, the effectiveness of the proposed method is verified.

2022 ◽  
Vol 40 (4) ◽  
pp. 1-28
Chuxu Zhang ◽  
Julia Kiseleva ◽  
Sujay Kumar Jauhar ◽  
Ryen W. White

People rely on task management applications and digital assistants to capture and track their tasks, and help with executing them. The burden of organizing and scheduling time for tasks continues to reside with users of these systems, despite the high cognitive load associated with these activities. Users stand to benefit greatly from a task management system capable of prioritizing their pending tasks, thus saving them time and effort. In this article, we make three main contributions. First, we propose the problem of task prioritization, formulating it as a ranking over a user’s pending tasks given a history of previous interactions with a task management system. Second, we perform an extensive analysis on the large-scale anonymized, de-identified logs of a popular task management application, deriving a dataset of grounded, real-world tasks from which to learn and evaluate our proposed system. We also identify patterns in how people record tasks as complete, which vary consistently with the nature of the task. Third, we propose a novel contextual deep learning solution capable of performing personalized task prioritization. In a battery of tests, we show that this approach outperforms several operational baselines and other sequential ranking models from previous work. Our findings have implications for understanding the ways people prioritize and manage tasks with digital tools, and in the design of support for users of task management applications.

2022 ◽  
Vol 8 ◽  
pp. 560-566
Ejaz Ul Haq ◽  
Cheng Lyu ◽  
Peng Xie ◽  
Shuo Yan ◽  
Fiaz Ahmad ◽  

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