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Neural networks for power systems alarm handling

Ball, N. R., Kiernan, L. A., Warwick, K., Cahill, E., Esp, D. and Macqueen, J. (1992) Neural networks for power systems alarm handling. Neurocomputing, 4 (1-2). pp. 5-8. ISSN 0925-2312

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1016/0925-2312(92)90038-Q


A multi-layered architecture of self-organizing neural networks is being developed as part of an intelligent alarm processor to analyse a stream of power grid fault messages and provide a suggested diagnosis of the fault location. Feedback concerning the accuracy of the diagnosis is provided by an object-oriented grid simulator which acts as an external supervisor to the learning system. The utilization of artificial neural networks within this environment should result in a powerful generic alarm processor which will not require extensive training by a human expert to produce accurate results.

Item Type:Article
ID Code:17881
Uncontrolled Keywords:alarm analysis, neural networks, power systems, computer control

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