This paper presents two iterative algorithms for non-intrusive appliance load monitoring, which aims to decompose the aggregate power consumption only measured at the household level into the contributions of the individual electric appliances. The approaches are based on modelling the total power consumption as a combination of jump linear sub-models, each of them describing the behaviour of the individual appliance. Dynamic-programming and multi-model Kalman filtering techniques are used to reconstruct the power consumptions at the single-appliance level from the aggregate power in an iterative way.

Online end-use energy disaggregation via jump linear models

Breschi V.;
2019

Abstract

This paper presents two iterative algorithms for non-intrusive appliance load monitoring, which aims to decompose the aggregate power consumption only measured at the household level into the contributions of the individual electric appliances. The approaches are based on modelling the total power consumption as a combination of jump linear sub-models, each of them describing the behaviour of the individual appliance. Dynamic-programming and multi-model Kalman filtering techniques are used to reconstruct the power consumptions at the single-appliance level from the aggregate power in an iterative way.
Dynamic programming
Energy disaggregation
Jump models
Kalman filter
Non-intrusive load monitoring
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