POWER SYSTEM HARMONIC DETECTION BASED ON SECOND-ORDER SYNCHROSQUEEZING WAVELET TRANSFORM

Di Qi, Wang Wenbo, Gu Quan, Qian Long, and Jin Yun-yu

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