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A study of knowledge engineering tools in power engineering applications

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4 Author(s)
Huneault, M. ; Cyme Int., St. Bruno, Que., Canada ; Rosu, C. ; Manoliu, R. ; Galiana, F.D.

This paper presents a global view of knowledge engineering (KE) applications in the field of power systems. In particular, it investigates the choice of commercially available KE tools used in projects of power system analysis, design, operation and planning. The initial viewpoint of the study was to uncover the advantages of the various tools for particular power engineering problems, as established in the literature. The paper starts by identifying and classifying the tools in question. Power areas where KE has flourished are also identified. A list of the KE tools identified in the power literature is then compiled and analyzed. The results of the literature study are complemented by responses to a survey from leading practitioners in the field. The paper draws its conclusions as to the (non-) correlation of tools and applications, and recommends that knowledge modeling serve as an important criterion in the choice of tools

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Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 4 )