Cristian Perfumo
Cristian Perfumo
Postdoctoral Fellow, CSIRO, Australia
Verified email at csiro.au
TitleCited byYear
Load management: Model-based control of aggregate power for populations of thermostatically controlled loads
C Perfumo, E Kofman, JH Braslavsky, JK Ward
Energy Conversion and Management 55, 36-48, 2012
2122012
EazyHTM: eager-lazy hardware transactional memory
S Tomić, C Perfumo, C Kulkarni, A Armejach, A Cristal, O Unsal, T Harris, ...
Proceedings of the 42nd Annual IEEE/ACM International Symposium on …, 2009
1382009
A review of thermal energy storage technologies and control approaches for solar cooling
S Pintaldi, C Perfumo, S Sethuvenkatraman, S White, G Rosengarten
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 41, 975-995, 2015
862015
The limits of software transactional memory (STM): Dissecting Haskell STM applications on a many-core environment
C Perfumo, N Sönmez, S Stipic, O Unsal, A Cristal, T Harris, M Valero
Proceedings of the 5th conference on Computing frontiers, 67-78, 2008
592008
Model-based feedback control of distributed air-conditioning loads for fast demand-side ancillary services
JH Braslavsky, C Perfumo, JK Ward
52nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 6274-6279, 2013
362013
Model-based estimation of energy savings in load control events for thermostatically controlled loads
C Perfumo, JH Braslavsky, JK Ward
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 5 (3), 1410-1420, 2014
332014
Dissecting transactional executions in Haskell
C Perfumo, N Sonmez, A Cristal, O Unsal, M Valero, T Harris
TRANSACT’07: Second ACM SIGPLAN Workshop on Transactional Computing, 2007
322007
unreadTVar: Extending haskell software transactional memory for performance
N Sonmez, C Perfumo, S Stipic, A Cristal, OS Unsal, M Valero
in Eighth Symposium on Trends in Functional Programming (TFP 2007, 2007
272007
Mapping the effect of ambient temperature on the power demand of populations of air conditioners
N Mahdavi, JH Braslavsky, C Perfumo
IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid 9 (3), 1540-1550, 2016
222016
Controlling datacenter power consumption while maintaining temperature and QoS levels
S Nesmachnow, C Perfumo, Í Goiri
2014 IEEE 3rd International Conference on Cloud Networking (CloudNet), 242-247, 2014
172014
An analytical characterisation of cold-load pickup oscillations in thermostatically controlled loads
C Perfumo, J Braslavsky, JK Ward, E Kofman
2013 Australian Control Conference, 195-200, 2013
102013
A sensitivity analysis of the dynamics of a population of thermostatically-controlled loads
C Perfumo, J Braslavsky, JK Ward
Power Engineering Conference (AUPEC), 2013 Australasian Universities, 1-6, 2013
102013
Dynamic modelling and control of heterogeneous populations of thermostatically controlled loads
CN Perfumo
102013
Holistic multiobjective planning of datacenters powered by renewable energy
S Nesmachnow, C Perfumo, Í Goiri
Cluster Computing 18 (4), 1379-1397, 2015
92015
Reducing energy use and operational cost of air conditioning systems with multi-objective evolutionary algorithms
C Perfumo, JK Ward, JH Braslavsky
IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, 1-8, 2010
82010
Transactification of a real-world system library
N Miletic, V Smiljkovic, C Perfumo, T Harris, A Cristal, I Hur, O Unsal, ...
Proceedings of the 5th ACM SIGPLAN Workshop on Transactional Computing …, 2010
62010
Environmentally active buildings: the controls challenge
JK Ward, J Wall, C Perfumo
Architectural Science Review 55 (1), 26-34, 2012
52012
Bayesian parameter estimation for direct load control of populations of air conditioners
N Mahdavi, C Perfumo, JH Braslavsky
IFAC Proceedings Volumes 47 (3), 9924-9929, 2014
42014
Towards load control of populations of air conditioners with guaranteed comfort margins
N Mahdavi, C Perfumo, JH Braslavsky
IFAC Proceedings Volumes 47 (3), 9930-9935, 2014
42014
Model-based control on populations of air conditioners: shaping aggregated power for demand side management
C Perfumo, E Kofman, JH Braslavsky, JK Ward
2011 Australian Control Conference, 260-265, 2011
32011
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