SFINet: Shuffle–and–Fusion Interaction Networks for Wind Power Forecasting
Applied Sciences (Switzerland)
Wind energy is one of the most important renewable energy sources in the world. Accurate wind power prediction is of great significance for achieving reliable and economical power system operation and control. For this purpose, this paper is focused on wind power prediction based on a newly proposed shuffle–and–fusion interaction network (SFINet). First, a channel shuffle is employed to promote the interaction between timing features. Second, an attention block is proposed to fuse the original features and shuffled features to further increase the model’s sequential modeling capability. Finally, the developed shuffle–and–fusion interaction network model is tested using real‐world wind power production data. Based on the results verified, it was proven that the proposed SFINet model can achieve better performance than other baseline methods, and it can be easily implemented in the field without requiring additional hardware and software.
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