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Energy Management Terminology
draft-parello-eman-definitions-09

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Network Working Group                              J. Parello 
     Internet-Draft                            Cisco Systems, Inc. 
     Intended Status: Informational                    
     Expires: April 19, 2014                      October 19, 2013 
      
                                      
                       Energy Management Terminology 
                     draft-parello-eman-definitions-09 

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     Abstract 
      
        This document contains definitions and terms used in the 
        Energy Management Working Group. Each term  contains a 
        definition(s), example, and reference to a normative, 
        informative or well know source. Terms originating in this 
        draft should be either composed of or adapted from other 
        terms in the draft with a source. The defined terms will 
        then be used in other drafts as defined here 

      
      
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     Table of Contents 
         
        1. Introduction.......................................... 
                                                                 3 
        2. Terminology........................................... 
                                                                 3 
        3. Relationship to Other Standards....................... 
                                                                 9 
        4. Security Considerations............................... 
                                                                 9 
        5. IANA Considerations................................... 
                                                                 9 
        6. References............................................ 
                                                                 9 
        7. Acknowledgments...................................... 
                                                                10 
         
     1. Introduction 
         
        Within Energy Management there are terms that may seem 
        obvious to a casual reader but in fact require a rigorous 
        and sourced definition.  To avoid any confusion in terms 
        among the working group drafts, one glossary / lexicon of 
        terms should exist that all drafts can refer to. This will 
        avoid a review of terms multiplied across drafts.   
         
        This draft will contain a glossary of definitions of terms 
        that can be agreed upon by the working group outside of the 
        context of drafts and then included in or sourced to this 
        draft.  
         
        Each term will contain a definition(s), a normative or 
        informative reference, an optional example, an optional 
        comment(s) listed a note(s).   
         
        All terms should be rooted with a well-known reference. If 
        a definition is taken verbatim from a reference then the 

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