Hybridization of Chaotic Quantum Particle Swarm Optimization with SVR in Electric Demand Forecasting
AbstractIn existing forecasting research papers support vector regression with chaotic mapping function and evolutionary algorithms have shown their advantages in terms of forecasting accuracy improvement. However, for classical particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithms, trapping in local optima results in an earlier standstill of the particles and lost activities, thus, its core drawback is that eventually it produces low forecasting accuracy. To continue exploring possible improvements of the PSO algorithm, such as expanding the search space, this paper applies quantum mechanics to empower each particle to possess quantum behavior, to enlarge its search space, then, to improve the forecasting accuracy. This investigation presents a support vector regression (SVR)-based load forecasting model which hybridizes the chaotic mapping function and quantum particle swarm optimization algorithm with a support vector regression model, namely the SVRCQPSO (support vector regression with chaotic quantum particle swarm optimization) model, to achieve more accurate forecasting performance. Experimental results indicate that the proposed SVRCQPSO model achieves more accurate forecasting results than other alternatives. View Full-Text
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Huang, M.-L. Hybridization of Chaotic Quantum Particle Swarm Optimization with SVR in Electric Demand Forecasting. Energies 2016, 9, 426.
Huang M-L. Hybridization of Chaotic Quantum Particle Swarm Optimization with SVR in Electric Demand Forecasting. Energies. 2016; 9(6):426.Chicago/Turabian Style
Huang, Min-Liang. 2016. "Hybridization of Chaotic Quantum Particle Swarm Optimization with SVR in Electric Demand Forecasting." Energies 9, no. 6: 426.
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