Chuan-Che Huang

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For decades, researchers have investigated ways to infer human thermal comfort. Studies have usually required cumbersome sensors and human observers, making them inappropriate for use in naturalistic settings such as the home. Emerging wearable and smart home sensing devices offer the opportunity to develop new models of thermal comfort based on data(More)
Smart thermostats have been proposed as a way to reduce energy consumption in the home. While occupancy-based thermostat control and scheduling has been shown to provide energy savings, more recent work in comfort-aware thermostats promises to provide even greater savings. Comfort awareness and adaptive thermal comfort models, combined with the(More)
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