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January-March 2011 (vol. 10 no. 1)
pp. 11-12
Joseph Paradiso, MIT Media Lab
Prabal Dutta, University of Michigan
Hans Gellersen, Lancaster University
Eve Schooler, Intel Labs
The authors suggest that smart energy management will be an important application area for pervasive computing, as the pressing societal need for a solution is clear and there is a close fit with technologies and approaches being developed under the pervasive rubric. They present five full papers, including a comprehensive survey spanning four decades of smart energy research, recent results from a UK study of home-deployed smart energy systems that involved both persuasive media and diverse energy-consumption sensing, nonintrusive load identification and estimation, and minimally intrusive load shedding. A short Spotlight article highlights the need to systematically integrate human management into the complex control schemes that these smart grid schemes will enable.
Index Terms:
smart energy systems, energy-monitoring systems, smart grid, nonintrusive load monitoring, NILM
Citation:
Joseph Paradiso, Prabal Dutta, Hans Gellersen, Eve Schooler, "Guest Editors' Introduction: Smart Energy Systems," IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 11-12, Jan.-March 2011, doi:10.1109/MPRV.2011.4
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