Projected solutions of quasi-variational inequalities with application to bidding process in electricity market

Abstract:

 

Quasi-variational inequalities provide perfect tools  to reformulate Generalized Nash Equilibrium Probem (GNEP), the latter being a good model to describe the day-ahead  electricity markets.

 

Our aim in this talk is to illustrate how some recent advances in the theory  of quasi-variational inequalities can influence the modeling of electricity market.

 

Talk based on:

– D. Aussel, A. Sultana & V. Vetrivel, On the existence of

projected solutions of quasi-variational inequalities and

generalized Nash equilibrium problem, J. Optim. Th. Appl. 170 (2016), 818-837.

 

Date: Jan 17, 2018 at 16:30 h
Venue: Beauchef 851, Torre Norte, Sala Multimedia CMM, Sexto Piso.
Speaker: Prof. Didier Aussel
Affiliation: Univerité Perpignan Francia
Coordinator: Profesores: Juan Peypouquet, Salvador Flores
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Posted on Jan 10, 2018 in Optimization and Equilibrium, Seminars