A multi-agent approach to power system disturbance diagnosis

J.A. Hossack, S.D.J. McArthur, J.R. McDonald, J. Stokoe, T. Cumming

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Abstract

Power system disturbance diagnosis is a complex and time consuming task, requiring skilled engineers. Existing intelligent systems which assist with data interpretation require the engineer to further interpret and collate generated information so that a comprehensive diagnosis can be produced. Furthermore, long-term extensibility and flexibility are also restricted. This paper presents a multi-agent approach to power system disturbance diagnosis where existing intelligent systems are wrapped up as intelligent agents and, through a process of inter-agent communication, collaborate to provide disturbance diagnosis. This novel approach enables timely automated disturbance diagnosis within a flexible and extensible architecture.

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Conference5th International Conference on Power System Management and Control
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Period17/04/0219/04/02

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Keywords

  • multi-agent systems
  • power system faults
  • power system analysis computing
  • multi-agent approach
  • power system disturbance
  • diagnosis
  • protection engineering diagnostic agents

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Hossack, J. A., McArthur, S. D. J., McDonald, J. R., Stokoe, J., & Cumming, T. (2002). A multi-agent approach to power system disturbance diagnosis. 317-322. Paper presented at 5th International Conference on Power System Management and Control, London, United Kingdom. https://doi.org/10.1049/cp:20020055
Hossack, J.A. ; McArthur, S.D.J. ; McDonald, J.R. ; Stokoe, J. ; Cumming, T. / A multi-agent approach to power system disturbance diagnosis. Paper presented at 5th International Conference on Power System Management and Control, London, United Kingdom.6 p.
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2002. 317-322 Paper presented at 5th International Conference on Power System Management and Control, London, United Kingdom.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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Hossack JA, McArthur SDJ, McDonald JR, Stokoe J, Cumming T. A multi-agent approach to power system disturbance diagnosis. 2002. Paper presented at 5th International Conference on Power System Management and Control, London, United Kingdom. https://doi.org/10.1049/cp:20020055