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Development of the Power Consumption Simulator and Classification of the Types of Household by Using Data Mining Over Smart Grid
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Development of the Power Consumption Simulator and Classification of the Types of Household by Using Data Mining Over Smart Grid
Kim, Ji-Hyun; Lee, Yun-Jin; Kim, Ho-Won;
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 Abstract
Recently, because of irregular power demand, we have suffered from an electric power shortage. The necessity of the adoption of smart grid which makes effective supply of power by using the two-way communication across the grid between the customers and electric energy providers is growing more and more. If smart grid set up in our country, the third-parties which provide services to customer using the information acquired from smart grid, might be revved up. In this paper, we suggest a methodology how classify the types of family by analysing an power consumption pattern using data mining technique. To make a classifier for categorizing the household types, we need power consumption data and their family type. However, it is hard to get both of them. Therefore we develop the simulator that generates power consumption patterns of the household and classify the types of family. Also, we present a potential for application services such as customized services for a specific family or goods marketing.
 Keywords
smartgrid;powersimulator;familyclassifier;datamining;powerconsumption;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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효과적인 위치 기반 이동 노드 밀집도 계산방법,김인범;서춘원;

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