A fuzzy TOPSIS approach for home energy management in smart grid with considering householders' preferences
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Masoum, Mohammad Sherkat
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Sianaki, Omid Ameri and Masoum, Mohammad A.S. 2013. A fuzzy TOPSIS approach for home energy management in smart grid with considering householders' preferences, in Proceedings of the IEEE Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT), Feb 24-27 2013, pp. 1-6. Washington, DC: IEEE.
Proceedings of the Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT), 2013 IEEE PES
Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT), 2013 IEEE PES
It is expected that demand response programs will be designed to decrease electricity consumption or shift it from on-peak to off-peak periods depending on consumers' preferences and lifestyles. This paper demonstrates a fuzzy TOPSIS decision-making approach to quantify and evaluate consumers' preferences at the micro-level when using electrical devices according to a real-time price scheme of demand response in order to best manage the use of appliances. This enables and supports householders to maximize their participation in demand response programs.
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