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Negeri, E. (author), Baken, N. (author)
The ever increasing concerns for energy security, energy efficiency, and sustainable energy is offering various challenges for the power grid. With increasing penetration of the distributed generations, the electricity power system is facing an era of prosumerization, whereby all stakeholders can autonomously produce, consume, import and/or...
conference paper 2012
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Negeri, E. (author), Baken, N. (author)
With increasing penetrations of renewable distributed generations (DGs) and electrified vehicles (EVs), the volatility of the renewable sources and the huge load of the EVs induce tremendous challenges for the power grid. The two technologies also have considerable synergetic potential to alleviate these challenges if they are intelligently...
conference paper 2012
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Negeri, E. (author), Baken, N. (author)
We consider a future self-organized energy community that is composed of “prosumer” households that can autonomously generate, store, import and export power, and also selfishly strive to minimize their cost by adjusting their load profiles using the flexibly of their distributed storage. In such scenario, the aggregate load profile of the...
conference paper 2012
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Baken, N.H.G. (author), Wiegel, V. (author), Van Oortmerssen, G. (author)
This paper presents a vision on the importance of values and ethical aspects in web science. We create(d) the Internet, but now the Internet (technology) is shaping our world increasingly: the way we experience, interact, transact, conduct business et cetera. The Internet is ubiquitous and vital to many aspects of our society; it is substituting...
conference paper 2010
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Baken, N.H.G. (author), Wiegel, V. (author), Van Oortmerssen, G. (author)
This paper presents a vision on the importance of values and ethical aspects in web science. We create(d) the Internet, but now the Internet (technology) is shaping our world increasingly: the way we experience, interact, transact, conduct business et cetera. The Internet is ubiquitous and vital to many aspects of our society; it is substituting...
conference paper 2010
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Madureira, A. (author), Den Hartog, F. (author), Silva, E. (author), Baken, N. (author)
Interoperability refers to the ability of two or more systems or components to exchange information and to use the information that has been exchanged. The importance of interoperability has grown together with the adoption of Digital Information Networks (DINs). DINs refer to information networks supported by telecommunication infrastructures...
conference paper 2010
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Madureira, A. (author), Van Boven, E. (author), Baken, N. (author)
Digital Information Networks (DINs) connect all economic and societal sectors, bringing within reach all kinds of novel trans-sector digital innovations: innovations involving multiple sectors enabled by DINs. This paper describes a framework to conceptualise novel trans-sector digital innovations. Our motivation for this work is to systematise...
conference paper 2009
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Madureira, A. (author), Baken, N. (author), Bouwman, H. (author)
Digital Information Networks (DINs) refer to information networks supported by telecommunication infrastructures and terminated by microprocessors. In the recent past, there is a consolidated recognition that the public digital network infrastructure is of high economic importance, being generally recognized as one of the pillars of the...
conference paper 2009
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Baken, N. (author), Van Belleghem, N. (author), Van Boven, E. (author), De Korte, A. (author)
Networks are omnipresent and universal. Mankind, for example, forms a social network. Today, information and communications technology (ICT) exponentially accelerates the interaction between the human nodes of this global social network. In that way, ICT appears to evoke a phase transformation, similar to the physical phase transitions of a...
conference paper 2006
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Houben, S.A. (author), Baken, N. (author), Herve, P. (author), Smets, R. (author)
We examined efficiency within wireless access options for mobile devices and discovered that a classic pitfall is revisited. As with the proliferation of services in incumbents’ portfolios, leading to a number of coexisting so-called ‘stove-pipes’, we see an isomorphic phenomenon evolving in multimodal mobile devices, leading to an inefficient...
conference paper 2006
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