Multi-Time Series and -Time Scale Modeling for Wind Speed and Wind Power Forecasting Part II: Medium-Term and Long-Term Applications
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This paper represents the second part of an entire study which focuses on multi-time series and -time scale modeling in wind speed and wind power forecasting. In the first part of the entire study , firstly, moving average (MA), weighted moving average (WMA), autoregressive moving average (ARMA) and autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) models are introduced in-depth. Afterwards, the mentioned models are analyzed for very short-term and short-term forecasting scales, comprehensively. In this second part of the entire study, we address the medium-term and long-term prediction performance of MA, WMA, ARMA and ARIMA models in wind speed and wind power forecasting. Particularly, 3-h and 6-h time series forecasting models are constructed in order to carry out 9-h and 24-h ahead forecasting, respectively. Many valuable assessments are made for the employed statistical models in terms of medium-term and long-terms forecasting scales. Finally, many valuable achievements are discussed considering a detailed comparison chart of the entire study.
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