ShortTerm Load Forecasting By GRF Methodology
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AUTHOR(S)
Nikhilkumar B S, Kale Pallavi V
KEYWORDS
Keywords : Genetic algorithm, radial basis function (RBF) network, fuzzy system, shortterm load forecasting
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT: Shortterm load forecasting method is the basis of optimizing the operation for power systems. Accurate load forecasting is helpful to improve the security and economic effect of power systems and can reduce the cost of generating electricity. Therefore, finding an appropriate load forecasting method to improve accuracy of forecasting has important application value. For this we have proposed a revised radial basis function (RBF) network combined along with the genetic algorithm. Fuzzy inference system is used in addition with this modified RBF network to include the sudden changes in load values. The proposed method is compared with feed forward neural network.
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