Preface. 1. Setting the Stage; L. Hyman. Part I: Theoretical Challenges in Real-Time Operation. 2. Power Systems Operation: Old vs. New; M. Ilic, F. Galiana. 3. Framework and Methods for the Analysis of Bilateral Transmissions; F. Galiana, M. Ilic. Part II: Industry Experiences and Challenges. 4. The Political Economy of the Pool; R. Green. 5. Practical Requirements for ISO Systems; R. Masiello. Part III: Markets of the Future. 6. Agent Based Economics; G. Sheblé. 7. One-Part Markets for Electric Power: Ensuring the Benefits of Competition; F.C. Graves, et al. Part IV: Planning in the New Industry. 8. System Planning under Competition; R. Coxe, M. Ilic. 9. Transmission Networks and Market Power; Z. Younes, M. Ilic. 10. Competitive Electric Services and Efficiency; S.R. Connors. Part V: Power Systems Control in the New Industry. 11. New Control Paradigms for Deregulation; L.H. Fink. 12. The Control and Operation of Distributed Generation in a Competitive Electric Market; J. Cardell, M. Ilic. 13. Application of Dynamic Generation Control for Predatory Competitive Advantage in Electric Power Markets; T. Gorski, C. DeMarco. Index.
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