Temporal Sequential-Artificial Neural Network Enhancements for Improved Smart Lighting Control

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Aji Gautama Putrada
Maman Abdurohman
Doan Perdana
Hilal Hudan Nuha


Several previous studies have proposed a temporal sequential-artificial neural network (TS-ANN) to convert PIR Sensor movement data into presence data and improve the performance of smart lighting control. However, such a temporal-sequential forecasting concept has a curse of dimensionality problem. This study aims to proposes the application of principal component analysis with TS-ANN (PCA-TS-ANN) as an intelligent method for controlling smart lighting with low dimensions. We have primary data directly from a smart lighting implementation that utilizes PIR sensors. We apply cross-correlation to the original dataset to find the optimum time step. Then we discover the optimum TS-ANN based on selected tuning parameter values through PCC. We then design and compare scenarios involving the combination of TS-ANN and PCA. Finally, we evaluate these scenarios using the metrics Accuracy, Precision, Recall, F1− Score, and Delay. The results of this study are the PCA-TS-ANN model with Accuracy, Precision, Recall, and F1−Score value of 0.9993, 0.9997, 0.9994, and 0.9996 respectively. The PCA method reduces the TS-ANN features from 1200 features to 36 features. The model size has also decreased from 3534kB to 807kB. Our model has a simpler complexity with TS-ANN that the µ ± σ Delay is 0.27±0.06 ms versus 0.34±0.11 ms.


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A. G. Putrada, M. Abdurohman, D. Perdana, and H. H. Nuha, “Temporal Sequential-Artificial Neural Network Enhancements for Improved Smart Lighting Control”, INFOTEL, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 105-119, Feb. 2024.