Topology-Based Estimation of Missing Smart Meter Readings
AbstractSmart meters often fail to measure or transmit the data they record when measuring energy consumption, known as meter readings, owing to faulty measuring equipment or unreliable communication modules. Existing studies do not address successive and non-periodical missing meter readings. This paper proposes a method whereby missing readings observed at a node are estimated by using circuit theory principles that leverage the voltage and current data from adjacent nodes. A case study is used to demonstrate the ability of the proposed method to successfully estimate the missing readings over an entire day during which outages and unpredictable perturbations occurred. View Full-Text
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Kodaira, D.; Han, S. Topology-Based Estimation of Missing Smart Meter Readings. Energies 2018, 11, 224.
Kodaira D, Han S. Topology-Based Estimation of Missing Smart Meter Readings. Energies. 2018; 11(1):224.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kodaira, Daisuke; Han, Sekyung. 2018. "Topology-Based Estimation of Missing Smart Meter Readings." Energies 11, no. 1: 224.
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