Improved methodologies for the calculation of critical eigenvalues in small signal stability analysis

@article{Angelidis1996ImprovedMF,
  title={Improved methodologies for the calculation of critical eigenvalues in small signal stability analysis},
  author={George Angelidis and Adam Semlyen},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={1996},
  volume={11},
  pages={1209-1217}
}
This paper presents improved and new methodologies for the calculation of critical eigenvalues in the small-signal stability analysis of large electric power systems. They augment the robustness and efficiency of existing methods and provide new alternatives. The procedures are implementations of Newton's method, inverse power and Rayleigh quotient iterations, equipped with implicit deflation, and restarted Arnoldi with a locking mechanism and either shift-invert or semi-complex Cayley… 

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