With grid monitoring systems in various areas already taking billions of data samples each day, and with the numbers sure to become even more gigantic in the near future, development of more sophisticated analytical methods for power system monitoring is imperative. Such work is proceeding apace in the context of the North American Synchrophasor Initiative, as well as at universities and research institutions.
Handling the Data Explosion in Tomorrow's Power Systems
Posted: 11 Sep 2011
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