Evolutionary Computation Methods for Fuzzy Decision Making on Load Dispatch Problems

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Atlantis Press
Publication Type:
Chapter
Citation:
Computational Intelligence In Complex Decision Systems, 2010, 1st, pp. 301 - 323
Issue Date:
2010-01
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This chapter introduces basic concepts relating to a day-ahead market in a power system. A load dispatch model considers a ramp rate and valve-point-loading effects. An environment/economic load dispatch model is presented to handle uncertainty factors. The model provides theoretical foundations for the research on operations and decision making in the electric power market. To solve load dispatch problems from day-ahead markets in power systems, a hybrid evolutionary computation method with a quasi-simplex technique, a weight point method for multi-objective programming, and a fuzzy-number-ranking-based optimization method for fuzzy multi-objective non-linear programming are developed.
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