A Survey on Learning System Applications in Energy System Modeling and Prediction

  • Ümit Çiğdem Turhal
  • Türker Demirci
Keywords: Energy efficiency, Source installation, Estimation

Abstract

Learning Systems (LS) such as machine learning, statistical pattern recognition and neural networks are computer programs that can learn from sample data and develop a prediction model that makes prediction for new cases. The most important think related with a prediction model is to achieve results as closer as to real situation while making predictions. This is important because being closer to real results help to reduce the costs of feasibility studies in system installation. The performance of Learning Systems has been raised in latest years such as it sometimes exceeds the performance of humans. That’s why the applications of Learning Systems have been increased in many areas. This paper reviews the present applications of Learning Systems in energy system modeling and prediction especially in renewable energy systems such as wind and solar. The aim of this paper is to create a vision for researchers by gathering the present applications and outline their merits and limits and the prediction of their future performance on specific applications. 

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Published
2016-12-26
How to Cite
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Ümit Çiğdem Turhal and T. Demirci, “A Survey on Learning System Applications in Energy System Modeling and Prediction”, IJISAE, pp. 175 - 179, Dec. 2016.
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