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Classifier System and Co-evolutionary Hybrid Approach to Restoration Service of Electric Power Distribution Networks
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 Title & Authors
Classifier System and Co-evolutionary Hybrid Approach to Restoration Service of Electric Power Distribution Networks
Filipiak, Sylwester;
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 Abstract
The method proposed by the author is intended for assistance in decision-making (concerning changes of connections) by operators of complex distribution systems during states of malfunction (particularly in the events of malfunctions, for which the consequences encompass extended parts of the network), through designation of connection action scenarios (creating substitute configurations). It is the use by the classifying system working with the co-evolution algorithm that enables the effective creation of substitute scenarios for the Medium Voltage electric power distribution network. The author also completed works concerning the possibility of using cooperation of the evolutionary algorithm and the co-evolutionary algorithm with local search algorithms. The method drawn up may be used in current systems managing the work of distribution networks to assist network operators in taking decisions concerning connection actions in supervised electric power systems.
 Keywords
Co-evolutionary algorithms;Hybrid algorithm;Classifier systems;Distribution power networks;Restoration service;
 Language
English
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