Online Residential Demand Response via Contextual Multi-Armed Bandits

@article{Chen2021OnlineRD,
  title={Online Residential Demand Response via Contextual Multi-Armed Bandits},
  author={Xin Chen and Yutong Nie and Na Li},
  journal={IEEE Control Systems Letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={5},
  pages={433-438}
}
Residential loads have great potential to enhance the efficiency and reliability of electricity systems via demand response (DR) programs. One major challenge in residential DR is how to learn and handle unknown and uncertain customer behaviors. In this letter, we consider the residential DR problem where the load service entity (LSE) aims to select an optimal subset of customers to optimize some DR performance, such as maximizing the expected load reduction with a financial budget or… Expand
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