Simulating the Optimization of Energy Consumption in Homes
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According to Brazilian National Electric Energy Agency (ANEEL), the electric energy consumption is one of the main indicators of both the economic development and the quality of life of a society. However, the electric energy consumption data of individual home use is hard to obtain due to several reasons, such as privacy issues . In this sense, the social simulation based on multiagent systems comes as a promising option to deal with this difficulty through the production of synthetic electric energy consumption data.
KeywordsMultiagent System Residential Sector Electric Energy Consumption Social Simulation Persuasive Technology
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