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Accuracy of different machine learning algorithms and added-value of predicting aggregated-level energy performance of commercial buildings
S Walker, W Khan, K Katic, W Maassen, W Zeiler
Energy and Buildings 209, 109705, 2020
1362020
Improved solar photovoltaic energy generation forecast using deep learning-based ensemble stacking approach
W Khan, S Walker, W Zeiler
Energy 240, 122812, 2022
1282022
An assessment methodology of sustainable energy transition scenarios for realizing energy neutral neighborhoods
S Walker, T Labeodan, G Boxem, W Maassen, W Zeiler
Applied Energy 228, 2346-2360, 2018
472018
A review study of the current research on energy hub for energy positive neighborhoods
S Walker, T Labeodan, W Maassen, W Zeiler
Energy Procedia 122, 727-732, 2017
472017
Application of distributed model predictive approaches to temperature and CO2 concentration control in buildings
SSW Walker, W Lombardi, S Lesecq, S Roshany-Yamchi
IFAC-PapersOnLine 50 (1), 2589-2594, 2017
332017
Comparative analysis of speed of convergence of MPPT techniques
SSW Walker, NK Sooriyaarachchi, NDB Liyanage, P Abeynayake, ...
2011 6th International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems, 522-526, 2011
202011
Flattening the electricity demand profile of office buildings for future-proof smart grids
R Cox, S Walker, J van der Velden, P Nguyen, W Zeiler
Energies 13 (9), 2357, 2020
132020
Laboratory evaluation of low-cost air quality monitors and single sensors for monitoring typical indoor emission events in Dutch daycare centers
H Zheng, V Krishnan, S Walker, M Loomans, W Zeiler
Environment International 166, 107372, 2022
92022
Multi-criteria feasibility assessment of cost-optimized alternatives to comply with heating demand of existing office buildings–A case study
S Walker, K Katic, W Maassen, W Zeiler
Energy 187, 115968, 2019
92019
Improving energy self-sufficiency of a renovated residential neighborhood with heat pumps by analyzing smart meter data
S Walker, V Bergkamp, D Yang, TAJ van Goch, K Katic, W Zeiler
Energy 229, 120711, 2021
82021
Impact assessment of varied data granularities from commercial buildings on exploration and learning mechanism
W Khan, JY Liao, S Walker, W Zeiler
Applied Energy 319, 119281, 2022
72022
A load profile study of different buildings to identify neighborhood energy flexibility with exchange possibilities
S Walker, K Corten, T Labeodan, W Maassen, W Zeiler
Energy Procedia 122, 553-558, 2017
62017
Energy performance optimization of buildings using data mining techniques
CJJ Corten, E Willems, S Walker, W Zeiler
13th REHVA World Congress, CLIMA 2019, 05016, 2019
52019
A novel framework for autoregressive features selection and stacked ensemble learning for aggregated electricity demand prediction of neighborhoods
W Khan, S Walker, K Katic, W Zeiler
2020 International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and Technologies (SEST …, 2020
42020
Bed-level ventilation conditions in daycare centers
H Zheng, Z Wang, M Loomans, S Walker, W Zeiler
Building and Environment 243, 110638, 2023
32023
A bottom-up framework for analysing city-scale energy data using high dimension reduction techniques
W Khan, S Walker, W Zeiler
Sustainable Cities and Society 89, 104323, 2023
32023
Response of low-cost environmental monitors to typical emission events in daycare centers
H Zheng, MGLC Loomans, SSW Walker, W Zeiler
CLIMA 2022 The 14th REHVA HVAC World Congress, 2022
32022
Comparison of electric vehicle load forecasting across different spatial levels with incorporated uncertainty estimation
W Khan, W Somers, S Walker, K de Bont, J Van der Velden, W Zeiler
Energy 283, 129213, 2023
22023
Evaluation of the ventilation situation in Dutch schools using the QuickScan method
V Krishnan, MGLC Loomans, SSW Walker, W Zeiler
CLIMA 2022 The 14th REHVA HVAC World Congress, 2022
22022
Sustainable energy transition scenario analysis for buildings and neighborhoods: data-driven optimization
SSW Walker
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, 2021
22021
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