The application and evaluation of functional link net techniques in forecasting electricity demand

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2008
Yılmaz Öztürk, Işık Ekin
This thesis analyzes the application of functional link-net (FLN) method in forecasting electricity demand in Turkey. Current official forecasting model (MAED), which is employed by Turkish Electricity Transmission Company (TEİAŞ) and other methods are discussed. An emprical investigation and evaluation of using functional link nets is provided.

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I. E. Yılmaz Öztürk, “The application and evaluation of functional link net techniques in forecasting electricity demand,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2008.