Poster abstract: Is the run-time of domestic appliances predictable?
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Run-time forecasting or modeling of domestic appliances has gained more attention in recent years. Comparing currently published works though is difficult due to many differently employed datasets and performance measures. Our long-term aim is to facilitate future work by comparing known approaches on different datasets. Initial results from one method Barbato et al. (in: IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications (SmartGridComm), pp 404–409, 2011) indicate that it is not suitable for the prediction of appliance usage.
KeywordsForecasting Domestic appliance Experimental comparison
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