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An Innovative Application Method of Monthly Load Forecasting for Smart IEDs
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An Innovative Application Method of Monthly Load Forecasting for Smart IEDs
Choi, Myeon-Song; Xiang, Ling; Lee, Seung-Jae; Kim, Tae-Wan;
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 Abstract
This paper develops a new Intelligent Electronic Device (IED), and then presents an application method of a monthly load forecasting algorithm on the smart IEDs. A Multiple Linear Regression (MLR) model implemented with Recursive Least Square (RLS) estimation is established in the algorithm. Case Study proves the accuracy and reliability of this algorithm and demonstrates the practical meanings through designed screens. The application method shows the general way to make use of IED`s smart characteristics and thereby reveals a broad prospect of smart function realization in application.
 Keywords
Monthly load forecasting;Multiple linear regression;Recursive least squares;IED;
 Language
English
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