Short-Term load forecasting using cartesian genetic programming: an efficient evolutive strategy case: Australian electricity market
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Currently, the Cartesian Genetic Programming approaches applied to regression problems tackle the evolutive strategy from a static point of view. They are confident on the evolving capacity of the genetic algorithm, with less attention being paid over alternative methods to enhance the generalization error of the trained models or the convergence time of the algorithm. On this article, we propose a novel efficient strategy to train models using Cartesian Genetic Programming at a faster rate than its basic implementation. This proposal achieves greater generalization and enhances the error convergence. Finally, the complete methodology is tested using the Australian electricity market as a case study.
CitationGiacometto, F., Kampouropoulos, K., Romeral, J. Short-Term Load Forecasting using Cartesian Genetic Programming: an Efficient Evolutive Strategy Case: Australian electricity market. A: Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society. "Proceedings of 41th Annual Conference on IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON 2015)". Yokohama: 2015, p. 5087-5094.