Four-state domestic occupancy model

This is an implementation of the model described in the paper "Four-state domestic building occupancy model for energy demand simulations" by Eoghan McKenna, Michal Krawczynski, and Murray Thomson available here The latest version of the model can be found here The four states of occupancy are described in terms of a "combined state" variable consisting of a first binary variable describing the occupancy state (1 = “at home”, 0 = “not at home”) and a second binary variable describing the activity state (1 = “active”, 0 = “not active”). This model is an extension of the two-state Domestic Active Occupancy Model by Ian Richardson and Murray Thomson (available at




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