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The use of internet technologies to enable flexible alarm processing

Elders, I.M. and Hossack, J.A. and Moyes, A.J. and Burt, G.M. and McDonald, J.R. (2002) The use of internet technologies to enable flexible alarm processing. In: Fifth International Conference on Power System Management and Control, 2002-04-17 - 2002-04-19.

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Abstract

This paper discusses the concept of flexible alarm processing for provision of pertinent information to multiple and diverse information consumers. Flexibility is achieved by enabling the application of multiple alarm processing techniques and dynamic interpretation based on context, user and system requirements. The role Internet technologies could play in facilitating flexible alarm processing, including implementing the knowledge required to support alarm interpretation techniques, will also be discussed. An example case study scenario is used to illustrate the potential operation of a flexible alarm processing system.