Demand forecasting using fuzzy neural computation, with special emphasis on weekend and public holiday forecasting

@inproceedings{Srinivasan1995DemandFU,
  title={Demand forecasting using fuzzy neural computation, with special emphasis on weekend and public holiday forecasting},
  author={Dipti Srinivasan and C. S. Chang and Ah Choy Liew},
  year={1995}
}
This paper describes the implementation and forecasting results of a hybrid fuzzy neural technique, which combines neural network modeling, and techniques from fuzzy logic and fuzzy set theory for electric load forecasting. The strengths of this powerful technique lie in its ability to forecast accurately on weekdays, as well as, on weekends, public holidays, and days before and after public holidays. Furthermore, use of fuzzy logic effectively handles the load variations due to special events… CONTINUE READING

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