1st Edition

Data Fusion and Data Mining for Power System Monitoring

By Arturo Román Messina Copyright 2020
    266 Pages 128 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    266 Pages 128 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

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    Data Fusion and Data Mining for Power System Monitoring provides a comprehensive treatment of advanced data fusion and data mining techniques for power system monitoring with focus on use of synchronized phasor networks. Relevant statistical data mining techniques are given, and efficient methods to cluster and visualize data collected from multiple sensors are discussed. Both linear and nonlinear data-driven mining and fusion techniques are reviewed, with emphasis on the analysis and visualization of massive distributed data sets. Challenges involved in realistic monitoring, visualization, and analysis of observation data from actual events are also emphasized, supported by examples of relevant applications.


    • Focuses on systematic illustration of data mining and fusion in power systems Covers issues of standards used in the power industry for data mining and data analytics
    • Applications to a wide range of power networks are provided including distribution and transmission networks
    • Provides holistic approach to the problem of data mining and data fusion using cutting-edge methodologies and technologies
    • Includes applications to massive spatiotemporal data from simulations and actual events

    Chapter 1 Introduction
    1.1.- Introduction to power system monitoring
    1.2.- Wide-area power system monitoring
    1.3.- Data fusion and data mining for power health monitoring
    1.4.- Dimensionality reduction
    1.5.- Distribution system monitoring
    1.6.- Power system data
    1.7.- Sensor placement for system monitoring
    1.8.- References
    Chapter 2 Data mining and data fusion architectures
    2.1.- Introduction
    2.2.- Trends in data fusion and data monitoring
    2.3.- Data mining and data fusion for enhanced monitoring
    2.4.- Data fusion architectures for power system monitoring
    2.5.- Open issues in data fusion
    2.6.- References
    Chapter 3 Data parameterization, clustering and denoising
    3.1.- Introduction: Backgroung and driving forces
    3.2.- Spatio-temporal data sets projections and spatial maps
    3.3.- Power system data normalization and scaling
    3.4.- Nonlinear dimensionality reduction
    3.5.- Clustering schemes
    3.6.- Detrending and denoising of power system oscillations
    3.7.- References

    Chapter 4 Spatio-temporal data mining
    4.1.- Introduction
    4.2.- Data mining and knowledge discovery
    4.3.- Spatio-temporal modeling of dynamic processes

    4.4.- Space-time prediction and forecasting
    4.5.- Space-temporal data mining and pattern evaluation
    4.6.- References
    Chapter 5 Multisensor data fusion
    5.1.- Introduction and motivation
    5.2.- Spatio-temporal data fusion
    5.3.- Data fusion principles
    5.4.- Multisensor data fusion framework
    5.5.- Multimodal data fusion techniques
    5.6.- Case study
    5.7.- References
    Chapter 6 Dimensionality reduction and feature extraction and classification
    6.1.- Background and driving forces
    6.2.- Fundamentals of dimensionality reduction
    6.3.- Data-driven feature extraction procedures
    6.4.- Dimensionality reduction methods
    6.5.- Dimensionality reduction for classification and cluster validation
    6.6.- Markov dynamic spatio temporal models
    6.7.- Sensor selection and placement
    6.8.- Open problems in nonlinear dimensionality reduction
    6.9.- References
    Chapter 7 Forecasting decision support systems
    7.1.- Introduction
    7.2.- Backgroud: Early warning and decision support systems
    7.3.- Data-driven prognostics
    7.4.- Space-time forecasting and prediction
    7.5.- Kalman flitering approach to system forecasting
    7.6.- Dynamic harmonic regression
    7.7.- Damage detection
    7.8.- Power systems time series forecasting
    7.9.- Anomaly detection in time series
    7.10.- References
    Chapter 8 Data fusion and data mining analysis and visualization
    8.1.- Introduction
    8.2.- Advanced visualization techniques
    8.3.- Multivariable modeling and visualization
    8.4.- Cluster-based visualization of multidimensional data
    8.5.- Spatial and network displays
    8.6.- References
    Chapter 9 Emerging topics in data mining and data fusion
    9.1.- Introduction
    9.2.- Dynamic spatio-temporal modelling 
    9.3.- Challenges for the analysis of high-dimensional data
    9.4.- Distributed data mining
    9.5.- Dimensionality reduction
    9.6.- Bio-inspired data mining and data fusion
    9.7.- Other emerging issues
    9.8.- Application to power system data
    9.9.- References
    Chapter 10 Experience with the application of data fusion and data mining for power system health monitoring
    10.1.- Introduction
    10.2.- Background
    10.3.- Sensor placement
    10.4.- Cluster-based visualization of transient performance
    10.5.- Multimodal fusion of observational data
    10.6.- References


    Arturo Messina earned his PhD from Imperial College, London, UK, in 1991. Since 1997, he has been a professor in the Center for Research and Advanced Studies, Guadalajara, Mexico. He is on the editorial and advisory boards of Electric Power Systems Research, and Electric Power Components and Systems. From 2011 to 2018 he was Editor of the IEEE Trans. on Power Systems and Chair of the Power System Stability Control Subcommittee of the Power Systems Dynamic Committee of IEEE (2015-2018). A Fellow of the IEEE, he is the editor of Inter-Area Oscillations in Power Systems – A Nonlinear and Non-stationary Perspective (Springer, 2009) and the author of Robust Stability and Performance Analysis of Large-Scale Power Systems with Parametric Uncertainty: A Structured Singular Value Approach (Nova Science Publishers, 2009), and Wide-Area Monitoring of Interconnected Power Systems (IET, 2015).