Power Quality Event Detection Using a Fast Extreme Learning Machine
AbstractMonitoring Power Quality Events (PQE) is a crucial task for sustainable and resilient smart grid. This paper proposes a fast and accurate algorithm for monitoring PQEs from a pattern recognition perspective. The proposed method consists of two stages: feature extraction (FE) and decision-making. In the first phase, this paper focuses on utilizing a histogram based method that can detect the majority of PQE classes while combining it with a Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) based technique that uses a multi-resolution analysis to boost its performance. In the decision stage, Extreme Learning Machine (ELM) classifies the PQE dataset, resulting in high detection performance. A real-world like PQE database is used for a thorough test performance analysis. Results of the study show that the proposed intelligent pattern recognition system makes the classification task accurately. For validation and comparison purposes, a classic neural network based classifier is applied. View Full-Text
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Ucar, F.; Alcin, O.F.; Dandil, B.; Ata, F. Power Quality Event Detection Using a Fast Extreme Learning Machine. Energies 2018, 11, 145.
Ucar F, Alcin OF, Dandil B, Ata F. Power Quality Event Detection Using a Fast Extreme Learning Machine. Energies. 2018; 11(1):145.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ucar, Ferhat; Alcin, Omer F.; Dandil, Besir; Ata, Fikret. 2018. "Power Quality Event Detection Using a Fast Extreme Learning Machine." Energies 11, no. 1: 145.