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    GHORBANI, SONIYA
    Halmstad University, School of Information Technology.
    Anomaly Detection in Electricity Consumption Data2017Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (Two Years)), 20 credits / 30 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    Distribution grids play an important role in delivering electricityto end users. Electricity customers would like to have a continuouselectricity supply without any disturbance. For customerssuch as airports and hospitals electricity interruption may havedevastating consequences. Therefore, many electricity distributioncompanies are looking for ways to prevent power outages.Sometimes the power outages are caused from the grid sidesuch as failure in transformers or a break down in power cablesbecause of wind. And sometimes the outages are caused bythe customers such as overload. In fact, a very high peak inelectricity consumption and irregular load profile may causethese kinds of failures.In this thesis, we used an approach consisting of two mainsteps for detecting customers with irregular load profile. In thefirst step, we create a dictionary based on all common load profileshapes using daily electricity consumption for one-monthperiod. In the second step, the load profile shapes of customersfor a specific week are compared with the load patterns in thedictionary. If the electricity consumption for any customer duringthat week is not similar to any of the load patterns in thedictionary, it will be grouped as an anomaly. In this case, loadprofile data are transformed to symbols using Symbolic AggregateapproXimation (SAX) and then clustered using hierarchicalclustering.The approach is used to detect anomaly in weekly load profileof a data set provided by HEM Nät, a power distributioncompany located in the south of Sweden.

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