Low-complexity energy disaggregation using appliance load modelling

@inproceedings{Altrabalsi2016LowcomplexityED,
  title={Low-complexity energy disaggregation using appliance load modelling},
  author={Hana Altrabalsi and Vladimir Stankovix0107 and Jing Liao and Lina Stankovix0107},
  year={2016}
}
Large-scale smart metering deployments and energy saving targets across the world have ignited renewed interest in residential non-intrusive appliance load monitoring (NALM), that is, disaggregating total household’s energy consumption down to individual appliances, using purely analytical tools. Despite increased research efforts, NALM techniques that can disaggregate power loads at low sampling rates are still not accurate and/or practical enough, requiring substantial customer input and long… CONTINUE READING
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