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Visualization and the understanding of multidimensional data using Genetic Algorithms : Case study of load patterns of electricity customers

  title={Visualization and the understanding of multidimensional data using Genetic Algorithms : Case study of load patterns of electricity customers},
  author={Jamshid Parvizian},
Visualization is the process of transforming data, information, and knowledge into visual form, making use of humans’ natural visual capabilities. Different methodologies are available for analyzing large multidimensional data sets and providing insights with respect to scientific, economic, and engineering applications. This problem has traditionally been formulated as a non-linear mathematical programming. In this paper, we formulate the data visualization problem as a quadratic assignment… 

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