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Muhammad Qamar Raza
Muhammad Qamar Raza
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A review on artificial intelligence based load demand forecasting techniques for smart grid and buildings
AK Muhammad Qamar Raza
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 50 (4), 2015
950*2015
On recent advances in PV output power forecast
M Qamar Raza, M Nadarajah, C Ekanayake
Solar Energy 136 (0038-092X), 125-144, 2016
3612016
An intelligent hybrid short-term load forecasting model for smart power grids
MQ Raza, M Nadarajah, DQ Hung, Z Baharudin
Sustainable Cities and Society 31, 264-275, 2017
882017
Small-signal stability analysis of offshore AC network having multiple VSC-HVDC systems
M Raza, E Prieto-Araujo, O Gomis-Bellmunt
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 33 (2), 830-839, 2017
682017
Dynamic Data Injection Attack Detection of Cyber-Physical Power Systems with Uncertainties
H Wang, J Ruan, B Zhou, CB Li, Q Wu, MQ Raza
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, 2019
562019
An ensemble framework for day-ahead forecast of PV output power in smart grids
MQ Raza, N Mithulananthan, J Li, KY Lee, HB Gooi
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics 15 (8), 4624-4634, 2018
552018
Predictive Building Energy Comfort Management System for Sustainability
MQ Raza
Intelligent and Advanced Systems (ICIAS), International Conference on, 2012
55*2012
Solar output power forecast using an ensemble framework with neural predictors and Bayesian adaptive combination
MQ Raza, N Mithulananthan, A Summerfield
Solar Energy 166, 226-241, 2018
502018
Multivariate Ensemble Forecast Framework for Demand Prediction of Anomalous Days
MQ Raza, N Mithulananthan, J Li, KY Lee
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, 2018
402018
A review on short term load forecasting using hybrid neural network techniques
MQ Raza, Z Baharudin
2012 IEEE International Conference on Power and Energy (PECon), 846-851, 2012
402012
Demand forecast of PV integrated bioclimatic buildings using ensemble framework
MQ Raza, M Nadarajah, C Ekanayake
Applied energy 208, 1626-1638, 2017
372017
Optimization of neural network architecture using genetic algorithm for load forecasting
B ul Islam, Z Baharudin, MQ Raza, P Nallagownden
2014 5th International Conference on Intelligent and Advanced Systems (ICIAS …, 2014
372014
Artificial intelligence techniques for demand response programs implementation in smart grid
MQ Raza
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Information Integration …, 2013
28*2013
Neural network based STLF model to study the seasonal impact of weather and exogenous variables
MQ Raza, Z Baharudin, B Islam, MA Zakariya, MHM Khir
Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology 6 (20 …, 2013
242013
A comparative analysis of PSO and LM based NN short term load forecast with exogenous variables for smart power generation
MQ Raza, Z Baharudin, P Nallagownden
2014 5th International Conference on Intelligent and Advanced Systems (ICIAS …, 2014
182014
Electricity load and price forecasting with influential factors in a deregulated power industry
S Hassan, A Khosravi, J Jaafar, MQ Raza
2014 9th International Conference on System of Systems Engineering (SOSE), 79-84, 2014
162014
Rocof restrictive planning framework and wind speed forecast informed operation strategy of energy storage system
U Akram, N Mithulananthan, MQ Raza, R Shah, F Milano
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 36 (1), 224-234, 2020
152020
An improved neural ensemble framework for accurate PV output power forecast
MQ Raza, M Nadarajah, C Ekanayake
Power Engineering Conference (AUPEC), 2016 Australasian Universities, 2016
142016
A hybrid neural network and genetic algorithm based model for short term load forecast
B Islam, Z Baharudin, Q Raza, P Nallagownden
Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology 7 (13 …, 2014
132014
Demand and response in smart grids for modern power system
MQ Raza, MU Haider, SM Ali, MZ Rashid, F Sharif
Scientific Research Publishing, 2013
132013
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