Customer sampling in a smart grid pilot

@article{Labeeuw2012CustomerSI,
  title={Customer sampling in a smart grid pilot},
  author={Wouter Labeeuw and Geert Deconinck},
  journal={2012 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-7}
}
Smart grid pilot projects require a representative subset of the total population to draw relevant conclusions from test results. However, customers willing to participate in such projects are not always representative to the whole population. Standard random sampling gives some problems because not all results can be scaled. Defining sub-populations or strata to random samples from is theoretically sound, but the definition of sub-populations is quite expensive. The paper presents a customer… CONTINUE READING
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