An approach to solve the unit commitment problem using genetic algorithm

@article{Christiansen2000AnAT,
  title={An approach to solve the unit commitment problem using genetic algorithm},
  author={James Christiansen and Carlos A. Dortolina and Jos{\'e} Parera Bermudez},
  journal={2000 Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting (Cat. No.00CH37134)},
  year={2000},
  volume={1},
  pages={261-266 vol. 1}
}
The search of an optimal solution to the unit commitment problem in an electric power system is vital, since it could be translated into major annual savings in generation costs. This article shows the methodology followed to solve the unit commitment problem implementing a computer program using genetic algorithms. The algorithm approach does not only include the basic genetic operators (i.e., crossover and mutation), but also implements five particular genetic operators that proved to be very… CONTINUE READING

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Christiansen was born in Caracas, Venezuela, on October 9,1975

C. BIOGRAPHIES Juan
  • He received an Electrical Engineering Degree from Universidad
  • 1975

Dortolina (Member) was born in Maiquetia

A. INELECI'RA. Carlos
  • Venezuela on December
  • 1966

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