A game theory model for electricity theft detection and privacy-aware control in AMI systems

@article{Crdenas2012AGT,
  title={A game theory model for electricity theft detection and privacy-aware control in AMI systems},
  author={Alvaro A. C{\'a}rdenas and Saurabh Amin and Galina Schwartz and Roy Dong and S. Shankar Sastry},
  journal={2012 50th Annual Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing (Allerton)},
  year={2012},
  pages={1830-1837}
}
We introduce a model for the operational costs of an electric distribution utility. The model focuses on two of the new services that are enabled by the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI): (1) the fine-grained anomaly detection that is possible thanks to the frequent smart meter sampling rates (e.g., 15 minute sampling intervals of some smart meter deployments versus monthly-readings from old meters), and (2) the ability to shape the load thanks to advanced demand-response mechanisms that… CONTINUE READING
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