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Research and application of a hybrid wavelet neural network model with the improved cuckoo search algorithm for electrical power system forecasting

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  • Xiao, Liye
  • Shao, Wei
  • Yu, Mengxia
  • Ma, Jing
  • Jin, Congjun

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Electricity forecasting plays an important role in the operation of electrical power systems. Many models have been developed to obtain accurate forecasting results, but most of them focus more on a single forecasting indicator, such as short-term load forecasting (STLF), short-term wind speed forecasting (STWSF) or short-term electricity price forecasting (STEPF). In this paper a new hybrid model based on the singular spectrum analysis (SSA) and modified wavelet neural network (WNN) is proposed for all the short-term load forecasting, short-term wind speed forecasting and short-term electricity price forecasting. In this model, a new improved cuckoo search (CS) algorithm is proposed to optimize the initial weights and the parameters of dilation and translation in WNN. Case studies of half-hourly electrical load data, 10-min-ahead wind speed data and half-hourly electricity price data are applied as illustrative examples to evaluate the proposed hybrid model, respectively. Experiments show that the hybrid model resulted in 46.4235%, 31.6268% and 25.8776% reduction in the mean absolute percentage error compared to the comparison models in short-term load forecasting, short-term wind speed forecasting and short-term electricity price forecasting, respectively.

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  • Xiao, Liye & Shao, Wei & Yu, Mengxia & Ma, Jing & Jin, Congjun, 2017. "Research and application of a hybrid wavelet neural network model with the improved cuckoo search algorithm for electrical power system forecasting," Applied Energy, Elsevier, vol. 198(C), pages 203-222.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:appene:v:198:y:2017:i:c:p:203-222
    DOI: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2017.04.039
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