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Use Case Based Testing Applied to Smart Grid Development

Author(s)

Eric D. Simmon, Arthur Griesser

Abstract

The US Power delivery system is being updated by grafting an intelligent, decision making network to the existing grid. If designed correctly, this smart grid will ensure that the power grid can meet our needs in the coming century. This paper discusses a strategy for defining the goals, use cases and systems tests so this complex, system of systems, meets the needs of the stakeholders both today and in the future.
Citation
Complex Systems Concurrent Engineering
Publisher Info
Springer, London, -1

Keywords

Smart grid, use cases, system design, goal modeling, testing, electricity delivery system

Citation

Simmon, E. and Griesser, A. (1970), Use Case Based Testing Applied to Smart Grid Development, Springer, London, -1 (Accessed June 17, 2024)

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Created May 7, 2017, Updated February 19, 2017