Algorithm for nonintrusive identification of residential appliances. Cole, A. & Albicki, A. In Proceedings of the 1998 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, 1998. ISCAS '98, volume 3, pages 338--341 vol.3, May, 1998.
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An algorithm has been developed to use at a central processing site for identifying appliances and appliance usage at remotely monitored residences. This algorithm is part of a nonintrusive system that uses sampled data for real and reactive power accumulated over an extended period of time. Using a logic analysis, the algorithm can recognize at least six major appliances, including a heat pump, as well as any two appliances that turn on or off at nearly the same time. Data from several residences in the Rochester, NY, and Columbus, OH, areas have been analyzed during this study
@inproceedings{ cole_algorithm_1998,
  title = {Algorithm for nonintrusive identification of residential appliances},
  volume = {3},
  doi = {10.1109/ISCAS.1998.704019},
  abstract = {An algorithm has been developed to use at a central processing site for identifying appliances and appliance usage at remotely monitored residences. This algorithm is part of a nonintrusive system that uses sampled data for real and reactive power accumulated over an extended period of time. Using a logic analysis, the algorithm can recognize at least six major appliances, including a heat pump, as well as any two appliances that turn on or off at nearly the same time. Data from several residences in the Rochester, {NY}, and Columbus, {OH}, areas have been analyzed during this study},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 1998 {IEEE} International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, 1998. {ISCAS} '98},
  author = {Cole, AI and Albicki, A},
  month = {May},
  year = {1998},
  keywords = {Algorithm design and analysis, Heat pumps, Home appliances, Logic, Reactive power, Remote monitoring, Sockets, Steady-state, appliance usage, central processing site, computerised monitoring, domestic appliances, energy consumption, heat pump, identification, logic analysis, nonintrusive identification, remotely monitored residences, residential appliances, sampled data, voltage},
  pages = {338--341 vol.3}
}
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