A load curve based fuzzy modeling technique for short-term load forecasting

@article{Papadakis2003ALC,
  title={A load curve based fuzzy modeling technique for short-term load forecasting},
  author={Stelios E. Papadakis and Ioannis B. Theocharis and A. G. Bakirtzis},
  journal={Fuzzy Sets and Systems},
  year={2003},
  volume={135},
  pages={279-303}
}
A modeling method is suggested in this paper that permits building fuzzy models for short-term load forecasting (STLF). The model building process is divided in three parts: (a) the structure identification based on a fuzzy C-regression method, (b) selection of the proper model inputs which is achieved using a genetic algorithm based selection mechanism, and (c) fine tuning by means of a hybrid genetic/least squares algorithm. To obtain simple and efficient models we employ two descriptions for… CONTINUE READING

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