Automated underground residential distribution design. II. Prototype implementation and results

  • Sumic Z
  • Pistorese T
  • Males-Sumic H
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Abstract

For pt.I see ibid., vol.8, no.2, p.637-43 (1993). The manual design of the underground electrical supply system for new residential developments (electrical plat design) often results in an overdesigned, costly, and nonstandardized solution. The intelligent decision support system for automated electrical plat design (DSS for AEPD) is an engineering tool aimed at automating electrical plat design. This tool combines the spatial analysis capabilities of a geographic information system (GIS) with the sophistication of artificial intelligence (AI) to deal with the complexity inherent in this type of problem. The results of the AEPD prototype implementation and an evaluation of the concept's feasibility are presented

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Authors

  • Z. Sumic

  • T. Pistorese

  • H. Males-Sumic

  • S.S. S. Venkata

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