Using Genetic Algorithms and Fuzzy Programming to Monitor Voltage Sags and Swells

@article{Almeida2011UsingGA,
  title={Using Genetic Algorithms and Fuzzy Programming to Monitor Voltage Sags and Swells},
  author={Carlos Frederico M. Almeida and Nelson Kagan},
  journal={IEEE Intelligent Systems},
  year={2011},
  volume={26},
  pages={46-53}
}
A genetic algorithms and fuzzy programming methodology can help determine the minimum number of meters (and their location) needed to monitor voltage sags and swells in power networks. This paper proposes a methodology that determines the minimal number of power-quality meters needed to monitor a power network and identifies the buses on which those meters should be installed. 
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