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Optimal Power Dispatch Incorporating UPFC Devices Using Foraging Algorithms Voltage Stability and Reliability Analysis
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S.Jaganathan, S.Palaniswami
— Ant Colony Algorithm, Bacterial Foraging Optimization, FACTS Devices, Multi-Objective Optimization, Optimal Power Dispatch, Refined Bacterial Foraging Optimization,, Reliability Analysis, Stability Analysis.
The Refined Bacterial Foraging Optimization (RBFA) algorithm is biologically inspired computation technique which is inspired on foraging behavior of E-coli bacteria and its improved version of basic Bacterial Foraging Algorithm (BFA). This paper illustra
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