Robert Fischl

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The authors provide an approach that enables a power system operator or planner to evaluate his or her alternatives in selecting a certain voltage collapse criterion. Specifically, the selection of a criterion must guarantee that the risk of making a wrong decision is minimal for any operating point and disturbance. This is done by recasting the various(More)
Concerning the first point, we want to emphasize that our work broadens the range of applicability of HIL technology. For example, it yields the opportunity to analyze how new equipment, such as a new motor, will affect a complex power system before installation of the real equipment. Obviously, the analysis of situations where a power exchange is involved(More)
The binary asynchronous Hopfield model is a content-addressable memory for classification of binary tuples. The memory, which is a dynamic device, is prompted by a user-supplied cue, clamped to the memory as an initial state. The model is ideally designed to store a number of binary tuples as fixed points, and to classify the initial state into one of these(More)