ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Implementation of VlSI Based Image Compression Approach on Reconfigurable Computing System - A Survey
Image data require huge amounts of disk space and large bandwidths for transmission. Hence, imagecompression is necessary to reduce the amount of data required to represent a digital image. Thereforean efficient technique for image compression is highly pushed to demand. Although, lots of compressiontechniques are available, but the technique which is faster, memory efficient and simple, surely hits theuser requirements. In this paper, the image compression, need of compression, its principles, how imagedata can be compressed, and the image compression techniques are reviewed and discussed. Also,wavelet-based image compression algorithm using Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) based on B-splinefactorization technique is discussed in detail. Based on the review, some general ideas to choose the bestcompression algorithm for an image are recommended. Finally, applications and future scopes of imagecompression techniques are discussed considering its development on FPGA systems.
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Image compression
Discrete wavelet transform
Decomposed lifting algorithm (DLA)
Huffman-coding
Shahin
Shafei
shahin_shafei@yahoo.com
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AUTHOR
[1] Chao-Tsung Huang, Po-Chih Tseng And
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Liang-Gee Chen, "VLSI Architecture for
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Forward Discrete Wavelet Transform Based
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on B-spline Factorization", Journal of VLSI
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Signal Processing, 40,pp. 343-353, 2005.
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[2] Chao-Tsung Huang, Po-Chih Tseng, and
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Liang-Gee Chen, "Analysis and VLSI
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Architecture for 1-D and 2-D Discrete
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Wavelet Transform", IEEE Transactions On
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Signal Processing, Vol. 53, No. 4, APRIL
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[3] Xixin Cao, Qingqing Xie, Chungan Peng,
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Qingchun Wang, Dunshan Yu, "An Efficient
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VLSI Implementation of Distributed
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Architecture for DWT", Multimedia Signal
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Processing, 2006 IEEE 8th Workshop on, pp.
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364 - 367, Oct. 2006.
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[4] Kai Liu, Ke-Yan Wang, Yun-Song Li and
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Cheng-Ke Wu, "A novel VLSI architecture
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for real-time line-based wavelet transform
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using lifting scheme", Journal of Computer
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Science and Technology, Vol. 22, no. 5,
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September 2007
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[5] Wang Chao and Cao Peng, "Efficient
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Architecture for 2-Dimensional Discrete
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Wavelet Transform with Novel Lifting
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Algorithm", Chinese Journal of Electronics,
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Vol.19, No.1, Jan. 2010.
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[6] Mohsen Amiri Farahani, Mohammad Eshghi,
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"Implementing a New Architecture of
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Wavelet Packet Transform on FPGA",
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Proceedings of the 8th WSEAS International
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Conference on Acoustics & Music: Theory &
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Applications, Vancouver, Canada, pp.19-
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21,June 2007.
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[7] Maria A. Trenas, Juan Lopez, Emilio L.
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Zapata, “FPGA Implementation of Wavelet
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Packet transform with Reconfigurable Tree
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Structure”, Euro micro Conference, 2000.
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Proceedings of the 26th Volume 1, pp. 244 -
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251,5-7Sept. 2000
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[8] Kumar Gupta, A.; Dyer, M.; Hirsch, A.;
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Nooshabadi, S.; Taubman, D.; "Design of a
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single chip block coder for the EBCOT
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engine in JPEG2000", Proceedings of the
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48th Midwest Symposium on Circuits and
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Systems, pp: 63 - 66, 2005.
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[9] C. Hemasundara Rao and M. Madhavi Latha,
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"A Novel VLSI Architecture of Hybrid
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Image Compression Model based on
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Reversible Blockade Transform", World
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Academy of Science, Engineering and
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Technology 52 2009.
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[10] Isa Servan Uzun, Abbes Amira, "Real-time
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2-D wavelet transform implementation for
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HDTV compression", Real-Time Imaging 11
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pp.151-165,2005.
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[11] Jagadish H. Pujar, Lohit M. Kadlaskar, “A
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New Lossless Method Of Image
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Compression And Decompression Using
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Huffman Coding Techniques”, Journal of
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Theoretical and Applied Information
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Technology, Vol. 15, No.1, 2010.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Reinforcement Learning Based PID Control of Wind Energy Conversion Systems
In this paper an adaptive PID controller for Wind Energy Conversion Systems (WECS) has been developed. Theadaptation technique applied to this controller is based on Reinforcement Learning (RL) theory. Nonlinearcharacteristics of wind variations as plant input, wind turbine structure and generator operational behaviordemand for high quality adaptive controller to ensure both robust stability and safe performance. Thus, areinforcement learning algorithm is used for online tuning of PID coefficients in order to enhance closed loopsystem performance. In this study, at start the proposed controller is applied to two pure mathematical plants,and then the closed loop WECS behavior is discussed in the presence of a major disturbance.
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Adaptive control
WECS
Reinforcement learning
Mohammad Esmaeil
akbari
m-akbari@iau-ahar.ac.ir
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AUTHOR
Noradin
Ghadimi
noradin.1364@gmail.com
true
2
AUTHOR
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Size Wind Power Generating System Using
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Switched Reluctance Generator, IEEE International
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Conference on Industrial Technology, 2006, pp.
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1510-1515,
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[2] S. Manesis, Fuzzy Logic Control Development in
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SCADA Software Frameworks, International
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Review of Automatic Control,
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[3] F. D. Bianchi, H. De Battista and R. J. Mantz,
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“Wind Turbine Control Systems Principles,
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Modeling and Gain Scheduling Design” Springer-
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Verlag London Limited 2007.
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[4] Miguel Angel Mayosky, Gustavo I.E.Cancelo
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“Direct Adaptive Control of Wind Energy
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Conversion Systems Using Gaussian Networks”
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IEEE Trans on Neural Networks,Vol.10, pp.898-
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906, July 1999
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Control of Wind Energy Conversion Systems Using
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and Technology Vol.27, pp.269-273. February 2008
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Control of Wind Turbine Using Wavelets"
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Tuning Control of Wind Energy Conversion
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Systems Using Morlet Mother Wavelet Basis
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Conference on Control and Automation MED’04,
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Functional Control of a Doubly Fed Induction
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Generator for Variable Speed Wind Turbines,” 5th
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World Congress on Intelligent Control and
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Automation, June 15- 19, Hangzhou. P.R. China,
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[9] Damien Ernst,et al ”Power System Stability Control:
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Reinforcement Learning Framework”IEEE
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Training Set of Data Bin for Small Black Pixels Neighborhood Recognition of Each Boundary
We first describe how to “fuzzify” the estimated binary columns to create a [0,1]-valued column. Werefer to this [0,1] -valued column as the soft segmentation column of the noisy spectrogram column.Similarly to the collection of soft segmentation columns as the soft segmentation image, or simply asthe soft segmentation. The band-dependent posterior probability that the hard segmentation columnvalue of pixel is 1, given that bin and the binary values in the neighborhood configuration of the pixelare equal. Symbolically, each pixel of the soft segmentation column is set to the soft segmentationcolumn value of the pixel in a row was set to zero.
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Roya
Abdollahi
roya.abdollahi6666@yahoo.com
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AUTHOR
[1] Sedghi T., “A Fast and Effective Model for
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cyclic Analysis and its application in
2
classification” Arabian Journal for Science
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and Engineering Vol. 38 October 2012.
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[2] Sedghi T., Amirani C. M., Fakheri M.,”
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Robust and Effective Framework for Image
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Retrieval Scheme using Shift Invariant
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Texture and Shape Features” International
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Journal of Natural and Engineering Sciences
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4 (1): 95-101, Vol. 3, Dec, 2010.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Fuel Cell Voltage Control for Load Variations Using Neural Networks
In the near future the use of distributed generation systems will play a big role in the production ofelectrical energy. One of the most common types of DG technologies , fuel cells , which can be connectedto the national grid by power electronic converters or work alone Studies the dynamic behavior andstability of the power grid is of crucial importance. These studies need to know the exact model of dynamicelements. In this paper, a new method based on a neural network algorithm for controlling the fuel cellvoltage is provided. The effects of load change the output voltage characteristic of the fuel cell unit ischecked Simulations in MATLAB / SIMULINK. The results show that the prosecution is conducted in anappropriate manner Voltage Stabilization time.
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Fuel cell
Dynamic behavior
Neural networks
hydrogen
neural network controller
Zolekh
Teadadi
sh.teadadi@gmail.com
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1
AUTHOR
Hassan
Changiziyan
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AUTHOR
[1]M.R. Ashraf Khorasani, M.Zamani, S.
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Asghari, B.fageh emani, Winter 1388,
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"Design 5 kW fuel cell system," Journal of
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conceptual design of the project design and
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fuel cell CHP systems 5 KW", fuel cell
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groups, Research Center of Engineering
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[3]N.Frkhzadarshad,S.A.Purmusavy,."Simulatio
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n and modeling of dynamic fuel cell systems
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for distributed generation applications", the
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sixth conference on energy, F-PRE-272-98
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[4] C. Tabatabai, 1385 "fuel cell technology and
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its application in the car", Futures
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Conference, technology eyes expansion
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[5]H. Dilafruz, 1385, "Estimation of sediment
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Intelligent Artificial Neural Networks",
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Thesis, Faculty of Engineering, University of
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[6]J.Arkart,M. Ghazanfari,1383, "Neural
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Networks (functional principle)" University
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of Science and Technology Iran
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[7] V.R, V.Paul,"Neural Network Based Control
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for PEM Fuel Cells"IOSR Journal of
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Electronics & Communication Engineering
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(IOSR-JECE) ISSN (e): 2278-1684 ISSN
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(P):2320-334x, pp47-52
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34(2009)5015-5021
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Load Frequency Control in Two Area Power System Using Sliding Mode Control
In this article, the sliding mode control of frequency load control of power systems is studied. The study areaconsists of a system of water and heat. First, a mathematical model of the proposed system disturbances ismade and then sliding control mode for frequency load control is provided. By the system simulation andsliding mode control, it can be shown that the damping of oscillations is well led.
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frequency Load control
sliding mode control
dual zone system
Milad
Babakhani Qazijahan
babakhani.milad@yahoo.com
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variable structure controllers: applications
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to power system dynamics". Diss. Master’s
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and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, 2004.
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decentralised PI based LFC design for time
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and Management 49 (2) (2008) 193–204.
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andvoltage control ancillary services—Part
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van den Bosch, Provision of
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ancillaryservices for balance management
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in autonomous networks, in: Proceedings
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European Electricity Market, EEM
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Decentralized biased dual mode controllers
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Neural Networks in Electric Load Forecasting:A Comprehensive Survey
Review and classification of electric load forecasting (LF) techniques based on artificial neuralnetworks (ANN) is presented. A basic ANNs architectures used in LF reviewed. A wide range of ANNoriented applications for forecasting are given in the literature. These are classified into five groups:(1) ANNs in short-term LF, (2) ANNs in mid-term LF, (3) ANNs in long-term LF, (4) Hybrid ANNs inLF, (5) ANNs in Special applications of LF. The major research articles for each category are brieflydescribed and the related literature reviewed. Conclusions are made on future research directions.
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Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs)
Load Forecasting(LF)
Short Term LF
Mid Term
LF
Long Term LF
Peak LF
Unit Commitment(UC)
Vahid
Mansouri
vahidmansouri2010@gmail.com
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