2019
DOI: 10.1109/tia.2019.2922927
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A Business Model Incorporating Harmonic Control as a Value-Added Service for Utility-Owned Electricity Retailers

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“…e delay in the method in [25] and [26] is higher: the maximum delay of the two systems is 5.39 s and 4.62 s, respectively.…”
Section: Online Consultation Delaymentioning
confidence: 96%
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“…e delay in the method in [25] and [26] is higher: the maximum delay of the two systems is 5.39 s and 4.62 s, respectively.…”
Section: Online Consultation Delaymentioning
confidence: 96%
“…By analyzing the system security comparison results shown in Figure 7, it can be seen that during the one-month experiment, the safety factor of the designed system is always higher than that of the two traditional comparison systems, and the safety factor of the designed system is always stable at 0.98, while the safety factor of the WPF-based psychological consultation system and the support vector machine-based psychological consultation system fluctuates greatly, and the downward trend is obvious [25]. e method in [25] and [26] fluctuates greatly. Compared with the method proposed in [25] and [26], the method in this article is relatively stable.…”
Section: System Securitymentioning
confidence: 97%
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“…The HEMS controller first receives the external information such as the forecasted electricity price and outdoor temperature data for the upcoming 24 h period, as well as the customer settings information such as the valid operation time windows of shiftable appliances, operation durations and preference for different appliances [28]. Subsequently, the HEMS aims to find the best scheduling of all appliances across a finite time horizon of a single day to minimize the daily energy cost whilst achieving maximum satisfaction level [29].…”
Section: B Overview Of the Proposed Hemsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Eq. (29) guarantees that a household battery cannot be charged and discharged at the same time. Inequality (30) limits the depth of discharge and guarantees that the battery is not overcharged.…”
Section: ) Model Of Irreplaceable Reducible Appliancesmentioning
confidence: 99%