Intelligent Infrastructures

R.R. Negenborn, Z. Lukszo, H. Hellendoorn (Eds.)
Delft University of Technology
Delft, The Netherlands

To be published by the end of 2009 by Springer, in the series
Intelligent Systems, Control and Automation: Science and Engineering

This book is supported by the Next Generation Infrastructures Foundation.

Info for invited authors
  • Confirmed authors: G. Andersson, M. Arnold, T. Barjas-Blanco, M. van den Berg, E. Bompard, P. Bovy, M. Bliemer, P.P.J. van den Bosch, R. van der Brugge, F. Corman, K. van Dam, A. D'Ariano, G. Deconinck, B. De Moor, B. De Schutter, M. Dos Santos, R. Duan, J. van Eijndhoven, J. Gao, A.J.C. van Gemund, R. de Graaf, A. Hegyi, J. Hellendoorn, P. Hines, M. Ilic, A. Jokic, I.G. Kamphuis, J.K. Kok, M. Lazar, S. Leirens, H. Li, Z. Lukszo, M. Morari, R. Napoli, R.R. Negenborn, P.J. van Overoop, Z. Papp, D. Pacciarelli, M. Pranzo, A. Sahin, M.J.J. Scheepers, A. Verbraeck, J. Vrancken, M.M. de Weerdt, M. Weijnen, C. Witteveen, W. Wu, L. Xie, F. Xue, S. Zegeye, J. Zutt.

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  • Important dates

    Confirmations of participation by authors December 5, 2008
    Abstract submitted by authors February 7, 2009
    Full chapter submitted by authorsMarch 15, 2009
    Initial feedback sent out to authors April 30, 2009
    Chapter revisions submitted by authorsJune 15, 2009
    Editing final book finished by editors August 31, 2009
    Book is published end of 2009

  • Points of special attention for your contribution

    1. Infrastructure system
      • What is your infrastructure and how do you consider/model this infrastructure?
      • What are the actors/controllers in your infrastructure?
      • Are there conflicts of interest among the actors?

    2. Problem definition
      • How do you interpret one or more of the common infrastructure problems for your infrastructure?

    3. Proposed solution & results
      • What is the state-of-the-art in solving the common problem(s) in your infrastructure?
      • How do you propose to solve this/these using intelligence?
      • What kind of communication/cooperation/negotiation/... is present between the actors?
      • What makes your approach intelligent?
      • How does your approach compare to existing approaches?

    4. Evaluation & recommendations
      • What are the conditions under which your approach can be implemented in practice?
      • How could your approach be used to solve related problems in other infrastructures?
      • What are important directions for future research?

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