Home Appliance Identification for Nilm Systems Based on Deep Neural Networks

  title={Home Appliance Identification for Nilm Systems Based on Deep Neural Networks},
  author={Deyvison de Paiva Penha and Adriana Rosa Garcez Castro},
  journal={International Journal of Artificial Intelligence \& Applications},
  • D. Penha, A. Castro
  • Published 30 March 2018
  • Engineering
  • International Journal of Artificial Intelligence & Applications
This paper presents the proposal for the identification of residential equipment in non-intrusive load monitoring systems. [] Key Method The methodology was developed using data from a public database (REED) that presents data collected at a low frequency (1 Hz). The results obtained in the test database indicate that the proposed system is able to carry out the identification task, and presented satisfactory results when compared with the results already presented in the literature for the problem in…

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