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- Dávid Csercsik:
Introduction of flexible production bids and combined package-price bids in a framework of integrated power-reserve market coupling. CoRR abs/2004.13466 (2020)
- Georgios Tsaousoglou, Konstantinos Steriotis, Nikolaos Efthymiopoulos, Konstantinos Smpoukis, Emmanouel A. Varvarigos:
Near-optimal demand side management in retail electricity markets with coupling constraints via indirect mechanism design. CoRR abs/1902.09257 (2019)
- Wei Cao, Liang Hu, Longbing Cao:
Deep Modeling Complex Couplings within Financial Markets. AAAI 2015: 2518-2524
- Wei Cao, Yves Demazeau, Longbing Cao, Weidong Zhu:
Financial crisis and global market couplings. DSAA 2015: 1-10
- Sven C. Müller, Volker Liebenau, Sebastian Ruthe, Christopher Spieker, Chris Kittl, Stefan Dalhues, Daniel Mayorga, Valeri Franz, Christian Rehtanz:
The impact of forecasting errors and remedial actions on operational security and efficiency in classical and probabilistic market coupling. PSCC 2014: 1-8
- Mireille Bossy, Nadia Maïzi, Odile Pourtallier:
Game theory analysis for carbon auction market through electricity market coupling. CoRR abs/1408.6122 (2014)
- Grzegorz Orynczak, Marcin Jakubek, Karol Wawrzyniak, Michal Klos:
Market Coupling as the Universal Algorithm to Assess Zonal Divisions. CoRR abs/1405.0878 (2014)
- Yin Song, Longbing Cao, Xindong Wu, Gang Wei, Wu Ye, Wei Ding:
Coupled behavior analysis for capturing coupling relationships in group-based market manipulations. KDD 2012: 976-984
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