TOWARD A MULTI-AGENT ARCHITECTURE FOR MARKET ORIENTED PLANNING IN ELECTRICITY SUPPLY INDUSTRY

E. Gnansounou, S. Pierre, A. Quintero, J. Dong, and A. Lahlou

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