Graph Database and Graph Computing for Power System Analysis
Understand a new way to model power systems with this comprehensive and practical guide
Graph databases have become one of the essential tools for managing large data systems. Their structure improves over traditional table-based relational databases in that it reconciles more closely to the inherent physics of a power system, enabling it to model the components and the network of a power system in an organic way. The authors’ pioneering research has demonstrated the effectiveness and the potential of graph data management and graph computing to transform power system analysis.
Graph Database and Graph Computing for Power System Analysis presents a comprehensive and accessible introduction to this research and its emerging applications. Programs and applications conventionally modeled for traditional relational databases are reconceived here to incorporate graph computing. The result is a detailed guide which demonstrates the utility and flexibility of this cutting-edge technology.
The book’s readers will also find
Design configurations for a graph-based program to solve linear equations, differential equations, optimization problems, and more
Detailed demonstrations of graph-based topology analysis, state estimation, power flow analysis, security-constrained economic dispatch, automatic generation control, small-signal stability, transient stability, and other concepts, analysis, and applications
An authorial team with decades of experience in software design and power systems analysis
Graph Database and Graph Computing for Power System Analysis is essential for researchers and academics in power systems analysis and energy-related fields, as well as for advanced graduate students looking to understand this particular set of technologies.