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Privacy-Preserving Energy Theft Detection in Smart Grids: A P2P Computing Approach
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
In the U.S., energy theft causes about six billion dollar losses to utility companies (UCs) every year. With the smart grid being proposed to modernize current power grids, energy theft may become an even more serious problem since the "smart meters" used in smart grids are vulnerable to more types of attacks compared to traditional mechanical meters. Therefore, it is important to develop efficient and reliable methods to identify illegal users who are committing energy theft. Although somedoi:10.1109/jsac.2013.sup.0513023 fatcat:xyrfefzk45e2xb4ibazbqhc3bi