Exploring Cross-Domain Data Dependencies for Smart Homes to Improve Energy Efficiency

10/11/2017
by   Shamaila Iram, et al.
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Over the past decade, the idea of smart homes has been conceived as a potential solution to counter energy crises or to at least mitigate its intensive destructive consequences in the residential building sector.

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