@inproceedings{e104a787968a49c3992172edfc50e6d5,

title = "Power network observability: A fast solution technique using graph theory",

abstract = "This paper presents a fast solution technique for power network observability problem. This method is based on graph theory and provides an efficient way to find the topological observability of power system network for a given set of measurement A power network is topologically observable if it is possible to find an observable spanning tree of measurement graph. The observability problem is split in P-δ observability and Q-V observability by P-δ/Q-V decouple characteristic of power systems. The existence of an observable spanning tree is searched through the methodology suggested in this paper and a conclusion about the observability or unobservability is reached. This solution technique has been successfully tested on the standard IEEE test systems and results obtained are presented for illustration.",

keywords = "Injection, Line flow, Spanning tree, State estimation, Topological observability, Unobservable",

author = "Amit Jain and R. Balasubramanian and Tripathy, {S. C.} and Keepok Yun and Hongkyim Kim and Jaeho Choi and Yoshiyuki Kawazoe",

year = "2004",

language = "English",

isbn = "0780386108",

series = "2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON 2004",

pages = "1839--1844",

booktitle = "2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON 2004",

note = "2004 International Conference on Power System Technology, POWERCON 2004 ; Conference date: 21-11-2004 Through 24-11-2004",

}