Deep Neural Network Based Demand Side Short Term Load Forecasting†
AbstractIn the smart grid, one of the most important research areas is load forecasting; it spans from traditional time series analyses to recent machine learning approaches and mostly focuses on forecasting aggregated electricity consumption. However, the importance of demand side energy management, including individual load forecasting, is becoming critical. In this paper, we propose deep neural network (DNN)-based load forecasting models and apply them to a demand side empirical load database. DNNs are trained in two different ways: a pre-training restricted Boltzmann machine and using the rectified linear unit without pre-training. DNN forecasting models are trained by individual customer’s electricity consumption data and regional meteorological elements. To verify the performance of DNNs, forecasting results are compared with a shallow neural network (SNN), a double seasonal Holt–Winters (DSHW) model and the autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA). The mean absolute percentage error (MAPE) and relative root mean square error (RRMSE) are used for verification. Our results show that DNNs exhibit accurate and robust predictions compared to other forecasting models, e.g., MAPE and RRMSE are reduced by up to 17% and 22% compared to SNN and 9% and 29% compared to DSHW. View Full-Text
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Ryu, S.; Noh, J.; Kim, H. Deep Neural Network Based Demand Side Short Term Load Forecasting. Energies 2017, 10, 3.
Ryu S, Noh J, Kim H. Deep Neural Network Based Demand Side Short Term Load Forecasting. Energies. 2017; 10(1):3.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ryu, Seunghyoung; Noh, Jaekoo; Kim, Hongseok. 2017. "Deep Neural Network Based Demand Side Short Term Load Forecasting." Energies 10, no. 1: 3.
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