Support Vector Machine to Predict Electricity Consumption in the Energy Management Laboratory

  • Azam Zamhuri Fuadi Universitas Telkom
  • Irsyad Nashirul Haq Institut Teknologi Bandung
  • Edi Leksono Institut Teknologi Bandung
Keywords: Prediction, Electrical Consumption, profile load, machine learning, SUpport vector machine

Abstract

Predicted electricity consumption is needed to perform energy management. Electricity consumption prediction is also very important in the development of intelligent power grids and advanced electrification network information. we implement a Support Vector Machine (SVM) to predict electrical loads and results compared to measurable electrical loads. Laboratory electrical loads have their own characteristics when compared to residential, commercial, or industrial, we use electrical load data in energy management laboratories to be used to be predicted. C and Gamma as searchable parameters use GridSearchCV to get optimal SVM input parameters. Our prediction data is compared to measurement data and is searched for accuracy based on RMSE (Root Square Mean Error), MAE (Mean Absolute Error) and MSE (Mean Squared Error) values. Based on this we get the optimal parameter values C 1e6 and Gamma 2.97e-07, with the result RSME (Root Square Mean Error) ; 0.37, MAE (meaning absolute error); 0.21 and MSE (Mean Squared Error); 0.14.

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Published
2021-06-19
How to Cite
Zamhuri Fuadi, A., Irsyad Nashirul Haq, & Edi Leksono. (2021). Support Vector Machine to Predict Electricity Consumption in the Energy Management Laboratory. Jurnal RESTI (Rekayasa Sistem Dan Teknologi Informasi), 5(3), 466 - 473. https://doi.org/10.29207/resti.v5i3.2947
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Artikel Teknologi Informasi