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dc.contributor.authorDash, P K-
dc.contributor.authorLiew, A C-
dc.identifier.citationIEE Proceedings-Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Vol 142, Iss 2, P 211-218en
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dc.description.abstractThe paper presents an anticipatory fuzzy control scheme to improve the stability of electric power systems. This differs from the traditional fuzzy control in that once the fuzzy-control rules have been used to generate a control value, a predictive routine built into the controller is called for anticipating its effect on the power system output and hence updating the rule base or input-output membership functions in the event of unsatisfactory performance. The effectiveness of the anticipatory and traditional PI fuzzy controllers is demonstrated by simulation studies on a single-machine infinite-bus and multimachine power system subjected to a variety of transient disturbances for different operating conditions. The anticipatory fuzzy control, however, requires a neural network prediction routine using a modified Kalman filter-based fast-learning algorithmen
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dc.subjectKalman filtersen
dc.subjectfiltering theoryen
dc.subjectneural netsen
dc.subjectfuzzy controlen
dc.titleAnticipatory fuzzy control of power systemsen
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