On the Application of Joint-Domain Dictionary Mapping for Multiple Power Disturbance Assessment
AbstractThis paper proposes a joint-domain dictionary mapping method to obtain high assessment accuracy of multiple power disturbances. Firstly, in order to achieve resolutions in both the time and frequency domains, a joint-domain dictionary is proposed which consists of a discrete Hartley base and an identity matrix. Due to the low correlation between the discrete Hartley base and the identity matrix, the joint-domain dictionary mapping can separately capture the approximations of the sinusoidal components and transients. Since the mapping coefficients contain the physical quantities, the eigenvalues of each component can be effectively estimated. A quantified eigenvalue classifier was designed for identifying power disturbances using the estimated eigenvalues. The proposed method was compared with several advanced methods through simulated power disturbances under different noise conditions, and actual data from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Power and Energy Society database. The results reveal that the joint-domain dictionary mapping technique shows good performance on parameter estimation and recognition precision, even dealing with complicated multiple power disturbances. View Full-Text
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Cai, D.; Li, K.; He, S.; Li, Y.; Luo, Y. On the Application of Joint-Domain Dictionary Mapping for Multiple Power Disturbance Assessment. Energies 2018, 11, 347.
Cai D, Li K, He S, Li Y, Luo Y. On the Application of Joint-Domain Dictionary Mapping for Multiple Power Disturbance Assessment. Energies. 2018; 11(2):347.Chicago/Turabian Style
Cai, Delong; Li, Kaicheng; He, Shunfan; Li, Yuanzheng; Luo, Yi. 2018. "On the Application of Joint-Domain Dictionary Mapping for Multiple Power Disturbance Assessment." Energies 11, no. 2: 347.
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