Electronics, Vol. 12, Pages 2326: Visual Extraction of Refined Operation Mode of New Power System Based on IPSO-Kmeans
Electronics doi: 10.3390/electronics12102326
Due to the influence of the high proportion of renewable energy penetration, the time-varying and complex operation mode of the new power system is gradually increasing, leading to a lack of fineness and practicality of traditional operation modes. To this end, a new visual extraction method for fine operation mode of power system is proposed. Specifically, aiming at the dimensional problem between high-dimensional electrical characteristic variables, a power grid operation data preprocessing method based on maximum absolute standardization (MaxAbs) is designed. Then, in order to reduce the impact of redundant features on the accuracy of the operation mode extraction results, the Pearson correlation coefficient is introduced to optimize the feature space relationship matrix, constructing a screening model of operating mode characteristic variables based on pearson kernel principal component analysis (P_KPCA). Then, with the clustering elbow index as the constraint condition, a K-means algorithm based on improved particle swarm optimization (IPSO-Kmeans) was proposed to realize fine operation mode extraction. Finally, the experimental analysis is carried out with the actual operation data of the power grid for one year and based on uniform manifold approximation and projection (UMAP) to visualize the extraction results of the operation mode. The validity and accuracy of the proposed method are verified.
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