The analysis of knowledge-based system applications for power system operations

Dissertation

Jouni Keronen

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Abstract

In applying knowledge based systems (KBS) to power system operations the solution method was known first and the problem came later. This meant that possible uses for expert systems in power system operations were investigated, without a clear target being defined in the beginning. Due to the rapid prototyping in KBS development, the analysis of the problem for a KBS has been weak. In the switching planning project called EKA, we faced problems in knowledge acquisition and the design. The problems were thought to be avoided by doing the problem analysis more clear and by constructing documents of each phase of it. This study introduces a systematic method for the selection of power system applications for KBSes. The method is based on the assumptions that the role of a KBS is to support existing activities in the power system control center and that the domain can be described with activities. The study also presents a systematic approach to problem analysis containing two phases: - The role specification, in which the environment of the problem domain and the modules within it are analyzed. Based on the analysis, KBS modules are specified. - The KBS structure description, in which the contents of the selected KBS applications are described. The proposed methods are illustrated with the applications for switching planning, restoration, and fault diagnosis.
Original languageEnglish
QualificationDoctor Degree
Awarding Institution
  • Tampere University of Technology (TUT)
Supervisors/Advisors
  • Partanen, Jarmo, Supervisor, External person
Award date22 Feb 1991
Place of PublicationEspoo
Publisher
Print ISBNs951-38-3933-8
Publication statusPublished - 1991
MoE publication typeG4 Doctoral dissertation (monograph)

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Knowledge based systems
Planning
Knowledge acquisition
Rapid prototyping
Expert systems
Restoration
Failure analysis
Specifications
Control systems

Keywords

  • electric power
  • power systems
  • knowledge-based systems
  • expert systems

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Keronen, J. (1991). The analysis of knowledge-based system applications for power system operations: Dissertation. Espoo: VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland.
Keronen, Jouni. / The analysis of knowledge-based system applications for power system operations : Dissertation. Espoo : VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, 1991. 163 p.
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