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Stefan Heid, M.Sc.


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Safe Bayesian Optimization for Data-Driven Power Electronics Control Design in Microgrids: From Simulations to Real-World Experiments

D. Weber, S. Heid, H. Bode, J. Lange, E. Hüllermeier, O. Wallscheid, IEEE Access (2021), 9, pp. 35654–35669



Towards a Scalable and Flexible Simulation and Testing Environment Toolbox for Intelligent Microgrid Control

H. Bode, S.H. Heid, D. Weber, E. Hüllermeier, O. Wallscheid, in: arXiv:2005.04869, 2020

Micro- and smart grids (MSG) play an important role both for integrating renewable energy sources in conventional electricity grids and for providing power supply in remote areas. Modern MSGs are largely driven by power electronic converters due to their high efficiency and flexibility. Nevertheless, controlling MSGs is a challenging task due to highest requirements on energy availability, safety and voltage quality within a wide range of different MSG topologies. This results in a high demand for comprehensive testing of new control concepts during their development phase and comparisons with the state of the art in order to ensure their feasibility. This applies in particular to data-driven control approaches from the field of reinforcement learning (RL), whose stability and operating behavior can hardly be evaluated a priori. Therefore, the OpenModelica Microgrid Gym (OMG) package, an open-source software toolbox for the simulation and control optimization of MSGs, is proposed. It is capable of modeling and simulating arbitrary MSG topologies and offers a Python-based interface for plug \& play controller testing. In particular, the standardized OpenAI Gym interface allows for easy RL-based controller integration. Besides the presentation of the OMG toolbox, application examples are highlighted including safe Bayesian optimization for low-level controller tuning.

Constrained Multi-Agent Optimization with Unbounded Information Delay

S.H. Heid, A. Ramaswamy, E. Hüllermeier, in: Proceedings-30. Workshop Computational Intelligence: Berlin, 26.-27. November 2020, 2020, pp. 247

Reliable Part-of-Speech Tagging of Historical Corpora through Set-Valued Prediction

S.H. Heid, M.D. Wever, E. Hüllermeier, in: Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities, 2020

Syntactic annotation of corpora in the form of part-of-speech (POS) tags is a key requirement for both linguistic research and subsequent automated natural language processing (NLP) tasks. This problem is commonly tackled using machine learning methods, i.e., by training a POS tagger on a sufficiently large corpus of labeled data. While the problem of POS tagging can essentially be considered as solved for modern languages, historical corpora turn out to be much more difficult, especially due to the lack of native speakers and sparsity of training data. Moreover, most texts have no sentences as we know them today, nor a common orthography. These irregularities render the task of automated POS tagging more difficult and error-prone. Under these circumstances, instead of forcing the POS tagger to predict and commit to a single tag, it should be enabled to express its uncertainty. In this paper, we consider POS tagging within the framework of set-valued prediction, which allows the POS tagger to express its uncertainty via predicting a set of candidate POS tags instead of guessing a single one. The goal is to guarantee a high confidence that the correct POS tag is included while keeping the number of candidates small. In our experimental study, we find that extending state-of-the-art POS taggers to set-valued prediction yields more precise and robust taggings, especially for unknown words, i.e., words not occurring in the training data.

OMG: A scalable and flexible simulation and testing environment toolbox for intelligent microgrid control

S. Heid, D. Weber, H. Bode, E. Hüllermeier, O. Wallscheid, Journal of Open Source Software (2020), 5(54), pp. 2435

Towards a scalable and flexible simulation and testing environment toolbox for intelligent microgrid control

H. Bode, S. Heid, D. Weber, E. Hüllermeier, O. Wallscheid, arXiv preprint arXiv:2005.04869 (2020)

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