Discomfort Monitoring System for Residential Electrical Water Heater

@article{Almajali2021DiscomfortMS,
  title={Discomfort Monitoring System for Residential Electrical Water Heater},
  author={Ziyad S. Almajali},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2110.03751}
}
An approach is described in this work for detecting discomfort moments during electrical water heater daily usage. The approach employs chromatic analyzing sensors signals of electrical water heater systems for producing distinguishable mapping to characterize and identify selected discomfort moments. The preliminary results obtained indicate that it is possible to distinguish such events in a non-intrusive approach. Hot water comfort detection and classification intelligently through human… 

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