A cluster distribution as a model for estimating high-order event probabilities in power systems

Abstract

We propose the use of the cluster distribution, derived from a negative binomial probability model, to estimate the probability of high order events in terms of number of lines outaged within a short time, useful in long term planning and also in short-term operational defense to such events. We use this model to fit statistical data gathered for a 30 year… (More)

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