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2017 International Conference on Circuits, System and Simulation (ICCSS)
Load forecasting is a term usually applied to describe a process of estimation or prediction of future energy demand for a certain distribution grid or part of a grid. Large number of different methods and techniques used for load forecasting have been developed in the past and new and improved methods are regularly being reported in research literature. This paper describes one of traditional load forecasting approaches based on autoregressive moving average (ARMA) modelling of load demanddoi:10.1109/cirsyssim.2017.8023188 fatcat:ii5yhfk27rcn3frp3pua5jvgru