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Bierman, Andrew and Kathryn M. Conway. 2000. "Characterizing Daylight Photosensor System Performance To Help Overcome Market Barriers." Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 29(1):101-115.

Cristoffersen, Jens, Erwin Petersen, and Kjeld Johnsen. 1997. "An Experimental Evaluation Of Daylight Systems And Lighting Control." In Right Light 4: Proceedings Of The 4th European Conference On Energy-Efficient Lighting. [Stockholm: International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting]. pp. 245-254.

DiBartolomeo, D. L., E. S. Lee, F. M. Rubinstein, and S. E. Selkowitz. 1997. "Developing A Dynamic Envelope/Lighting Control System With Field Measurements." Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 26(1):146-164.

Jennings, Judith D., Francis M. Rubenstein, Dennis DiBartolomeo, and Stephen L. Blanc. 1999. "Comparison Of Control Options In Private Offices In An Advanced Lighting Controls Testbed." In IESNA Annual Conference Technical Papers. New York: Illuminating Engineering Society of North America. pp. 275-298.

Knoop, T, K. Ehling, S. Aydinli, and H. Kaase, 1997. "Investigation Of Daylight Redirecting Systems And Daylight Responsive Lighting Control Systems." In Right Light 4: Proceedings Of The 4th European Conference On Energy-Efficient Lighting. [Stockholm: International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting.] pp.231-235.

Kovach-Hebling, Anne, Manuel Goller, Sebastian Herkel, and Jan Wienold, 1997. "Assessing The Energy Saving Potential Of Daylighting Technologies For Non-Residential Buildings In Germany." In Right Light 4: Proceedings Of The 4th European Conference On Energy-Efficient Lighting. [Stockholm: International Association For Energy-Efficient Lighting.] pp.115-118.

Love, J. A., And M. Navvab, 1994. "The Vertical-To-Horizontal Illuminance Ratio: A New Indicator Of Daylighting Performance." Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 23(2):50-61.

Mistrick, R. G., and J. Thongtipaya. 1997. "Analysis Of Daylight Photocell Placement And View In A Small Office." Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 26(2):150-160.

Papamichael, K. M., F. Rubinstein, S. Selkowitz, and G. Ward. 1989. "The Integration Of Operable Shading Systems And Electric Lighting Controls." In International Daylighting Conference: Proceedings II, edited by Ervin Bales and Ross McCluney. Atlanta, GA: American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers. pp.11-121.

Rea, Mark and Dorene Maniccia. 1994. Lighting Controls: A Scoping Study. Troy, NY: Lighting Research Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Rubinstein, Francis. 1984. "Photoelectric Control Of Equi-Illumination Lighting Systems." Energy and Buildings 6(2):141-150.

Rubinstein, Francis, and Gregory Ward. 1994. "The Control Of Daylight-Linked Lighting Systems." In Conference Record: Industry Applications Society IEEE-IAS-1984 Annual Meeting. New York: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. pp:1249-1252.

Rubinstein, Francis, Douglas Avery. Judith Jennings. and Steven Blanc.1997. "On The Calibration And Commissioning Of Lighting Controls". In Right Light 4: Proceedings of the 4th European Conference On Energy-Efficient Lighting. [Stockholm: International Association for Energy-Efficient Lighting.] pp. 225-230.

Rubinstein, Francis, Gregory Ward, and Rudy Verderber. 1989. "Improving The Performance Of Photo-Electrically Controlled Lighting Systems." Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 18(1):70-94.

Tops, M., A. D. Tenner, G.J. van den Beld and S. H. A. Begemann. 1998. "The effect of the length of continuous presence on the preferred illuminance in offices." In CIBSE National Lighting Conference. London: Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers. pp.42-47.

Verderber, R. R. and F.Rubinstein. 1983. Lighting Controls: Survey Of Market Potential. Energy 8(6):433-449.

Peterson, David and Francis Rubinstein. 1983. "Effective Lighting Control." Lighting Design + Application 13(2):18-19.

 
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