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In the smart grid paradigm, residential consumers should participate actively in the energy exchange mechanisms by adjusting their consumption and generation. To this end, a proper home energy management system (HEMS), in addition to achieving a high level of comfort for the consumers, should handle the practical difficulties due to the uncertainty and technical limits. With this aim, in this paper, a new HEMS is proposed to carry out day-ahead management and real-time regulation. While andoi:10.1109/access.2020.2968038 fatcat:p4ifoas6jzh3zgazfbra4r2qye