Sid Chi Kin Chau's research while affiliated with Australian National University and other places

Publications (3)

Conference Paper
The interplay of smart light bulbs (equipped with wireless controllable LEDs) and mobile sensors (embedded in wearable devices, such as smart watches and spectacles) enables a wide range of interactive lighting applications. One notable example is a smart lighting control system that provides automated illuminance management by wearable sensors clo...
Article
We consider the problem of scheduling complex-valued demands over a discretized time horizon. Given a set of users, each user is associated with a set of demands representing different power consumption preferences. A demand is represented by a complex number, a time interval, and a utility value obtained if it is satisfied. At each time slot, the...

Citations

... Moreover, the www.videleaf.com work by Khonji et al. [12] formulates the scheduling problem in smart grid at the users' level (house) and devise a greedy algorithm for the time-slotted case. ...
... The blinds' position and lamp light intensity were controlled to maintain the illumination requirements. Karapetyan et al. [66] developed a smart control lighting system for measuring illumination and coordinating luminous flux based on users' heterogeneous preferences. The system used programmable smart bulbs and smartphones as light sensors. ...