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By Petrica Vizureanu

Clever platforms, often called professional platforms, serve to this function within the volume that they've signed as facilitators during this strategy. those are platforms which are in keeping with professional wisdom, on any topic, so as to emulate human services within the particular box. to acquire this information, the information engineers, also known as software program engineers, have to strengthen methodologies for clever platforms. during this sector there's nonetheless no unified method that gives potent tools, notations and instruments to assist in improvement.

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That being so, it is very important to research new methods that effectively evaluate the state of outage risk due to overloads in the system because it is extremely important, in or‐ der to decrease indexes of energy interruption to consumers, to manage the power loads with permanent monitoring of the distribution lines of electric power. However, in the case of an interruption, it is also fundamental to make decisions quickly and safely in order to reconnect systems after an outage. 1. Electric Power System Overview A typical electric power system can be divided in generation and systems of transmission, sub-transmission and distribution.

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