Load Profile Extraction by Mean-Shift Clustering with Sample Pearson Correlation Coefficient Distance
AbstractIn this paper, a clustering method with proposed distance measurement to extract base load profiles from arbitrary data sets is studied. Recently, smart energy load metering devices are broadly deployed, and an immense volume of data is now collected. However, as this large amount of data has been explosively generated over such a short period of time, the collected data is hardly organized to be employed for study, applications, services, and systems. This paper provides a foundation method to extract base load profiles that can be utilized by power engineers, energy system operators, and researchers for deeper analysis and more advanced technologies. The base load profiles allow them to understand the patterns residing in the load data to discover the greater value. Up to this day, experts with domain knowledge often have done the base load profile realization manually. However, the volume of the data is growing too fast to handle it with the conventional approach. Accordingly, an automated yet precise method to recognize and extract the base power load profiles is studied in this paper. For base load profile extraction, this paper proposes Sample Pearson Correlation Coefficient (SPCC) distance measurement and applies it to Mean-Shift algorithm based nonparametric mode-seeking clustering. The superiority of SPCC distance over traditional Euclidean distance is validated by mathematical and numerical analysis. View Full-Text
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Kim, N.; Park, S.; Lee, J.; Choi, J.K. Load Profile Extraction by Mean-Shift Clustering with Sample Pearson Correlation Coefficient Distance. Energies 2018, 11, 2397.
Kim N, Park S, Lee J, Choi JK. Load Profile Extraction by Mean-Shift Clustering with Sample Pearson Correlation Coefficient Distance. Energies. 2018; 11(9):2397.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kim, Nakyoung; Park, Sangdon; Lee, Joohyung; Choi, Jun K. 2018. "Load Profile Extraction by Mean-Shift Clustering with Sample Pearson Correlation Coefficient Distance." Energies 11, no. 9: 2397.
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