Energy Predictions of Multiple Buildings using Bi-directional Long short-term Memory

University essay from Högskolan i Halmstad/Akademin för informationsteknologi; Högskolan i Halmstad/Akademin för informationsteknologi

Abstract: The process of energy consumption and monitoring of a buildingis time-consuming. Therefore, an feasible approach for using trans-fer learning is presented to decrease the necessary time to extract re-quired large dataset. The technique applies a bidirectional long shortterm memory recurrent neural network using sequence to sequenceprediction. The idea involves a training phase that extracts informa-tion and patterns of a building that is presented with a reasonablysized dataset. The validation phase uses a dataset that is not sufficientin size. This dataset was acquired through a related paper, the resultscan therefore be validated accordingly. The conducted experimentsinclude four cases that involve different strategies in training and val-idation phases and percentages of fine-tuning. Our proposed modelgenerated better scores in terms of prediction performance comparedto the related paper.

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