New Automated Fault Analysis Approaches Using Intelligent System Technologies

@inproceedings{Kezunovic2001NewAF,
  title={New Automated Fault Analysis Approaches Using Intelligent System Technologies},
  author={Mladen Kezunovic and Igor Rikalo and C. W. Fromen and D. R. Sevcik},
  year={2001}
}
Automated fault analysis is needed for both on-line and off-line applications. Typical on-line applications are in the area of protective relaying and typical off-line applications are in the area of Digital Fault Recorder (DFR) event analysis. New intelligent system technologies using expert systems and artificial neural networks provide some unique advantages regarding fault analysis. This paper summarizes several developments related to the use of intelligent systems for automated fault… CONTINUE READING
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