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Title: System for NIS Forecasting Based on Ensembles Analysis

BMA-NIS is a package/library designed to be called by a script (e.g. Perl or Python). The software itself is written in the language of R. The software assists electric power delivery systems in planning resource availability and demand, based on historical data and current data variables. Net Interchange Schedule (NIS) is the algebraic sum of all energy scheduled to flow into or out of a balancing area during any interval. Accurate forecasts for NIS are important so that the Area Control Error (ACE) stays within an acceptable limit. To date, there are many approaches for forecasting NIS but all none of these are based on single models that can be sensitive to time of day and day of week effects.
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BMA-NIS; 002952MLTPL00
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Software Package Contents:
Media Directory; Software Abstract; Media includes Executable Module(s); 1 CD-ROM
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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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Contributing Orgs:
Luke Gosink, PNNL Maria Vlachopoulou, PNNL Trenton Pulsipher, PNNL
Country of Publication:
United States

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