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On the Inverse Power Flow Problem

@article{Yuan2016OnTI,
  title={On the Inverse Power Flow Problem},
  author={Ye Yuan and Omid Ardakanian and Steven H. Low and Claire J. Tomlin},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1610.06631}
}
This paper studies the inverse power flow problem which is to infer line and transformer parameters, and the operational structure of a power system from time-synchronized measurements of voltage and current phasors at various locations. We show that the nodal admittance matrix can be uniquely identified from a sequence of steady-state measurements when the system is fully observable, and a reduced admittance matrix, from Kron reduction, can be determined when the system contains some hidden… 
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