IDENTIFICATION OF LOAD CHARACTERISTICS OF POWER SYSTEM USING GMDH.

S. Sagara, Junichi Murata, K. Kishimoto

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Abstract

It is essential to power system stability studies to represent load characteristics exactly. The proposed identification algorithms using GMDH produce, from field test data grouped into two sets, load representations iteratively in Taylor expansion form: at each iteration or layer, a term representing characteristics common to both data sets is selected and combined with the current representation to form a better one. The representation structure is of primary concern; thus, the procedure, together with the function form, is effective in preventing the load representations being complicated and in relating them to conventionally used ones. Examples demonstrate the validity of the algorithms.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIFAC Proceedings Series
PublisherPergamon Press
Pages303-308
Number of pages6
Edition7
ISBN (Print)0080325424
Publication statusPublished - 1985

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Sagara, S., Murata, J., & Kishimoto, K. (1985). IDENTIFICATION OF LOAD CHARACTERISTICS OF POWER SYSTEM USING GMDH. In IFAC Proceedings Series (7 ed., pp. 303-308). Pergamon Press.

IDENTIFICATION OF LOAD CHARACTERISTICS OF POWER SYSTEM USING GMDH. / Sagara, S.; Murata, Junichi; Kishimoto, K.

IFAC Proceedings Series. 7. ed. Pergamon Press, 1985. p. 303-308.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Sagara, S, Murata, J & Kishimoto, K 1985, IDENTIFICATION OF LOAD CHARACTERISTICS OF POWER SYSTEM USING GMDH. in IFAC Proceedings Series. 7 edn, Pergamon Press, pp. 303-308.
Sagara S, Murata J, Kishimoto K. IDENTIFICATION OF LOAD CHARACTERISTICS OF POWER SYSTEM USING GMDH. In IFAC Proceedings Series. 7 ed. Pergamon Press. 1985. p. 303-308
Sagara, S. ; Murata, Junichi ; Kishimoto, K. / IDENTIFICATION OF LOAD CHARACTERISTICS OF POWER SYSTEM USING GMDH. IFAC Proceedings Series. 7. ed. Pergamon Press, 1985. pp. 303-308
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