|Title||Game-Theoretic Models of Electricity Theft Detection in Smart Utility Networks: Providing New Capabilities with Advanced Metering Infrastructure|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2015|
|Authors||Amin, S.., G.. A. Schwartz, A.. A. Cardenas, and S.. S. Sastry|
|Journal||IEEE Control Systems|
|Keywords||advanced metering infrastructure, AMI, Computer security, electricity customers, Electricity supply industry, electricity theft detection, game theoretic models, game theory, Investment, Power distribution, power grid infrastructure, Power grids, power meters, power system reliability, power system security, Schedules, smart grid, Smart meters, smart power grids, smart utility networks|
The smart grid refers to the modernization of the power grid infrastructure with new technologies, enabling a more intelligently networked automated system with the goal of improving efficiency, reliability, and security, while providing more transparency and choices to electricity customers. A key technology being widely deployed on the consumption side of the grid is advanced metering infrastructure (AMI).