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Power system state estimation : theory and implementation
Preface INTRODUCTION Operating States of a Power System Power System Security Analysis State Estimation Summary WEIGHTED LEAST SQUARES STATE ESTIMATION Introduction Component Modeling and AssumptionsExpand
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Power system parameter estimation: a survey
This paper deals with the problem of network parameter errors in state estimation. First of all, some experimental results are presented showing the influence of these errors on the performance ofExpand
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A Multilevel State Estimation Paradigm for Smart Grids
The main objective of this paper is to describe a multilevel framework that facilitates seamless integration of existing state estimators that are designed to function at different levels of modeling hierarchy in order to accomplish very large-scale monitoring of interconnected power systems. Expand
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Fair allocation of transmission power losses
In this paper, the issue of how transmission power losses should be allocated is addressed. First, it is shown that existing methodologies allocate interaction components regardless of the size ofExpand
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Generalized observability analysis and measurement classification
Network observability analysis is formulated in a way to incorporate the conventional as well as unconventional measurements, including line currents. This formulation has two essential advantagesExpand
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A taxonomy of multi-area state estimation methods
This paper presents a critical review of the state of the art in multi-area state estimation (MASE) methods, which are currently gaining renewed interest due to their capability of properly tracking multi-TSO transactions and accommodating highly redundant information systems. Expand
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Reduced Substation Models for Generalized State Estimation
This paper deals with the problem of including detailed substation models in state estimators so that topological errors and/or bad internal data can be detected and identified. Instead of analyzingExpand
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Assessment of conductor thermal models for grid studies
Existing EMS applications resort to static network models built upon constant resistances whose values are specified beforehand. However, the steady-state thermal balance of overhead conductorsExpand
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Efficient moving-window DFT algorithms
The authors deal with the real-valued, moving-window discrete Fourier transform. After reviewing the basic recursive versions appearing in the literature, additional recursive equations areExpand
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Hierarchical Control of HV-MTDC Systems With Droop-Based Primary and OPF-Based Secondary
This paper proposes a hierarchical control architecture designed for an arbitrary high voltage multiterminal dc network. Expand
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