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2012-10

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Yoon-Seok Timothy Hong, Rao Bhamidimarri

ABSTRACT

This paper proposes a dynamic modeling methodology based on a dynamic neuro-fuzzy local modeling system (DNFLMS) with a nonlinear feature extraction technique for an online dynamic modeling task. Prior to model building, a nonlinear feature extraction technique called the Gamma test (GT) is proposed to compute the lowest mean squared error (MSE) that can be achieved and the quantity of data required to obtain a reliable model. Two different DNFLMS modes are developed: (1) an online one-pass clustering and the extended Kalman filtering algorithm (mode 1); and (2) hybrid learning algorithm (mode 2) of extended Kalman filtering algorithm with a back-propagation algorithm trained to the estimated MSE and number of data points determined by a nonlinear feature extraction technique. The proposed modeling methodology is applied to develop an online dynamic prediction system of river temperature to waste cooling water discharge at 1 km downstream from a thermal power station from real-time to time ahead (2 h) sequentially at the new arrival of each item of river, hydrological, meteorological, power station operational data. It is demonstrated that the DNFLMS modes 1 and 2 shows a better prediction performance and less computation time required, compared to a well-known adaptive neural-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) and a multi-layer perceptron (MLP) trained with the back propagation (BP) learning algorithm, due to local generalization approach and one-pass learning algorithm implemented in the DNFLMS. It is shown that the DNFLMS mode 1 is that it can be used for an online modeling task without a large amount of training set required by the off-line learning algorithm of MLP-BP and ANFIS. The integration of the DNFLMS mode 2 with a nonlinear feature extraction technique shows that it can improve model generalization capability and reduce model development time by eliminating iterative procedures of model construction using a stopping criterion in training and the quantity of required available data in training given by the GT. More... »

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947-960

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