Data Mining in Smart Grids

Data Mining in Smart Grids

English | PDF | 2020 | 118 Pages | ISBN : 3039433261 | 8.3 MB

Data-driven techniques have been recognized as the most promising enabling technologies for improving decision-making processes in smart grids, providing the right information at the right moment to the right decision-maker. In this context, grid sensor data-streaming cannot provide the smart grids operators with the necessary information to act on in the time frames necessary to minimize the impact of the disturbances. Even if there are fast models that can convert the data into information, the smart grid operator must deal with the challenge of not having a full understanding of the context of the information, and, therefore, the information content cannot be used with any high degree of confidence.


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