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Energy consumption in commercial buildings is tremendous, resulting in significant monetary cost and waste of natural resources. Designing a low-cost system that serves the goal of saving energy while not forcing people to compromise their personal comfort is important for future smart commercial buildings. Proactive energy saving actions from users in the buildings are the key to achieving this goal. In this paper, we present Mahalo, an energy saving system, which leverages users throughdoi:10.1145/2494091.2494103 dblp:conf/huc/PanSSMZZ13 fatcat:vaiiceg2t5devfux6dx4n36adu