Smart grid (SG) represents a large-scale network system with the tight integration of a physical power network and an information network, which makes it more vulnerable to hybrid cyber attacks against different regional subsystems. First,an alternating direction method of multipliers-based distributed state estimation method is developed to overcome the limitation of conventional state estimation and performance analysis of SG against a single type of cyber attacks. Regional subsystems are partitioned via the K-means method. Second, a novel distributed state estimation method integrated with the characteristics of data deception attacks and denial of service (DoS)attacks is proposed to account for the simultaneous presence of different cyber attacks on individual regional subsystems. Third,the convergence of a distributed state estimation algorithm under hybrid cyber attacks is proved theoretically. Furthermore, the relationships between the convergence and algorithm parameters as well as the occurring probability of DoS attacks reestablished. Finally, the simulations on a modified IEEE 118-bus system are given to demonstrate the feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed method.
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