# Advanced Concepts

- John Doyle lecture: Universal laws and architectures
- Layering as Optimization Decomposition: A Mathematical Theory of Network Architectures
- A Tutorial on Decomposition Methods for Network Utility Maximization
- A Strategic Framework for Integrating Advanced Grid Functionality
- The principles of system state and observability as applied to power grids, as well as observability strategy and sensor allocation guidelines(Courtesy Cisco)
- Consideration of the modularity, scalability, and resilience properties of Laminar Control Networks(Courtesy Cisco)
- The Network of Structures paradigm for managing grid complexity
- Value creation through integrated networks and convergence
- A Reference Model for Distribution Grid Control in the 21st Century
- De Martini and Kristov paper on Distribution Utilities and DSOs in High DER Environments
- Sensing and Measurement Architecture for Grid Modernization
- Advanced Networking Paradigms for High DER Distribution Grids
- Architectural Basis for Highly Distributed Transactive Power Grids
- Comparative Architecture Analysis
- Distribution Storage Networks
- Roles and Responsibilities for Distribution Grids: DER Sensing and Communication Networks
- Evolving Distribution Operational Markets
- Electric Grid Resilience Definition for Grid Architecture (revised)
- Grid Architecture at the Gas-Electric Interface (GMLC)
- Grid Services Master List (GMLC)
- Electric Grid Market-Control Structure
- DER Telemetry Communication Architecture for ESOs, DSOs, and System Operators
- The Impact of 5G Telecommunications Technology on US Grid Modernization 2017-2025
- Sensor Network Issues for Advanced Power Grids
- A Mathematical Representation of System Architectures with Application to Grid Architecture
- Theory of Grid Resilience - Grid Architectural Approach
- The Use of Electric Grid Storage as Core Infrastructure for Resilience, Operational Flexibility, and Cyber-Security
- Determining Grid Visibility and Observability from Sensor Allocations and System Models
- Graph Theoretic Methods for Evaluating and Transforming Electric Grid and Communication Networks
- Fundamentals of Structural Analytic Resilience Quantification