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Fall back scheduler heuristics #267

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@Flix6x Flix6x commented Dec 7, 2021

This PR builds on project 9, but is not really part of it. It introduces a fallback policy for charging schedules of batteries and Charge Points, in cases where the solver is presented with an infeasible problem.

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Signed-off-by: F.N. Claessen <felix@seita.nl>
Signed-off-by: F.N. Claessen <felix@seita.nl>
Signed-off-by: F.N. Claessen <felix@seita.nl>
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Flix6x commented Dec 7, 2021

Note that the test description (copied from an earlier test) gets the power units wrong with respect to the test charge point set up in our main conftest. However, that shouldn't impact the test.

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@nhoening nhoening changed the title Fall back scheduler heustics Fall back scheduler heuristics Dec 8, 2021
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I approve as far as I can judge this at the moment. It looks good to me.

@Flix6x Flix6x merged commit 84c959f into project-9 Dec 9, 2021
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