Transient Event Detection in Spectral Envelope Estimates for Nonintrusive Load Monitoring

  title={Transient Event Detection in Spectral Envelope Estimates for Nonintrusive Load Monitoring},
  author={Steven B. Leeb and Steven R. Shaw and James L. Kirtley},
This paper describes the theoretical foundation and prototype implementation of a transient event detector for use in a nonintrusive load monitor (NILM). The NILM determines the operating schedule of the major electrical loads in a building from measurements made at the electric utility service entry. The transient event detector extends the applicability of the NILM to challenging commercial and industrial sites. A spectral preprocessor for use in the transient event detector is introduced… CONTINUE READING
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