The scale of the computational problem involved in correctly analyzing present-day and future power systems is shown to be significantly greater than in the past. Concepts for characterizing the nature and scale of the new systems and for creating new approaches to simulating them quickly enough for real-time operations are discussed.
S. L. Woodruff, "Complexity in power systems and consequences for real-time computing," IEEE PES Power Systems Conference and Exposition, 2004., New York, NY, 2004, pp. 1770-1775 vol.3, doi: 10.1109/PSCE.2004.1397733.
KEYWORDS: Complexity, Power Systems, Real-Time Computation.