Wind Power Grid Connected Capacity Prediction Using LSSVM Optimized by the Bat Algorithm
AbstractGiven the stochastic nature of wind, wind power grid-connected capacity prediction plays an essential role in coping with the challenge of balancing supply and demand. Accurate forecasting methods make enormous contribution to mapping wind power strategy, power dispatching and sustainable development of wind power industry. This study proposes a bat algorithm (BA)–least squares support vector machine (LSSVM) hybrid model to improve prediction performance. In order to select input of LSSVM effectively, Stationarity, Cointegration and Granger causality tests are conducted to examine the influence of installed capacity with different lags, and partial autocorrelation analysis is employed to investigate the inner relationship of grid-connected capacity. The parameters in LSSVM are optimized by BA to validate the learning ability and generalization of LSSVM. Multiple model sufficiency evaluation methods are utilized. The research results reveal that the accuracy improvement of the present approach can reach about 20% compared to other single or hybrid models. View Full-Text
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Wu, Q.; Peng, C. Wind Power Grid Connected Capacity Prediction Using LSSVM Optimized by the Bat Algorithm. Energies 2015, 8, 14346-14360.
Wu Q, Peng C. Wind Power Grid Connected Capacity Prediction Using LSSVM Optimized by the Bat Algorithm. Energies. 2015; 8(12):14346-14360.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wu, Qunli; Peng, Chenyang. 2015. "Wind Power Grid Connected Capacity Prediction Using LSSVM Optimized by the Bat Algorithm." Energies 8, no. 12: 14346-14360.