Circuit-Level Load Monitoring for Household Energy Management

  title={Circuit-Level Load Monitoring for Household Energy Management},
  author={Alan Marchiori and Douglas Hakkarinen and Qi Han and Lieko Earle},
  journal={IEEE Pervasive Computing},
Circuit-level nonintrusive load monitoring can overcome some of the basic problems relative to whole-house NILM, enabling sophisticated energy-monitoring applications. The two proposed approaches demonstrate the effectiveness of this technique. Here, we describe two approaches for circuit-level NILM that enable detailed, practical household energy monitoring: a heuristic-based approach and a Bayesian approach. Both address the limitations of previous NILM algorithms by considering steady-state… CONTINUE READING
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