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This package (along with its subpackages) contains the classes used to model
energy systems. An energy system is modelled as a graph/network of entities
with very specific constraints on which types of entities are allowed to be

# TODO: Adhere to PEP 0257 by listing the exported classes with a short
#       summary.

[docs]class Entity: r""" The most abstract type of vertex in an energy system graph. Since each entity in an energy system has to be uniquely identifiable and connected (either via input or via output) to at least one other entity, these properties are collected here so that they are shared with descendant classes. Parameters ---------- uid : string or tuple Unique component identifier of the entity. inputs : list List of Entities acting as input to this Entity. outputs : list List of Entities acting as output from this Enity. geo_data : shapely.geometry object Geo-spatial data with informations for location/region-shape. The geometry can be a polygon/multi-polygon for regions, a line fore transport objects or a point for objects such as transformer sources. Attributes ---------- registry: :class:`EnergySystem <oemof.core.energy_system.EnergySystem>` The central registry keeping track of all :class:`Entities <Entity>` created. If this is `None`, :class:`Entity` instances are not kept track of. When you instantiate an :class:`EnergySystem <oemof.core.energy_system.EnergySystem>` it automatically becomes the entity registry, i.e. all entities created are added to its :attr:`entities <oemof.core.energy_system.EnergySystem.entities>` attribute on construction. """ optimization_options = {} registry = None def __init__(self, **kwargs): # TODO: @Günni: # add default argument values to docstrings (if it's possible). self.uid = kwargs["uid"] self.inputs = kwargs.get("inputs", []) self.outputs = kwargs.get("outputs", []) for e_in in self.inputs: if self not in e_in.outputs: e_in.outputs.append(self) for e_out in self.outputs: if self not in e_out.inputs: e_out.inputs.append(self) self.geo_data = kwargs.get("geo_data", None) self.regions = [] self.add_regions(kwargs.get('regions', [])) if __class__.registry is not None: __class__.registry.add(self) # TODO: @Gunni Yupp! Add docstring.
[docs] def add_regions(self, regions): 'Add regions to self.regions' self.regions.extend(regions) for region in regions: if self not in region.entities: region.entities.append(self)
def __str__(self): # TODO: @Günni: Unused privat method. No Docstring. return "<{0} #{1}>".format(type(self).__name__, self.uid)