Knowledge based systems for condition monitoring

Knowledge based systems for condition monitoring

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In this chapter the structured development of KBS for decision support roles in power system operation, control and monitoring will be considered. Three techniques, 'classical' KBS, CBR and MBR will be considered as potential complementary routes towards the implementation of decision support system functionality. Case studies of the application of these techniques in practical power systems applications will be described. While the use of these techniques has proven successful in isolation, the potential exists to combine them together with appropriate analytical support within an integrated decision support system. The chapter concludes with a discussion of a potential implementational framework for such a system, and the scope it provides for more flexible and user responsive decision support.

Inspec keywords: decision support systems; knowledge based systems; case-based reasoning; computerised monitoring; model-based reasoning; power engineering computing; condition monitoring

Other keywords: MBR; model-based reasoning; power system operation; condition monitoring; power system control; KBS; decision support system; power system monitoring; case-based reasoning; CBR; knowledge based systems

Subjects: Power system measurement and metering

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