Occupants Behavior Research Bibliography

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K. Nyarko and Wright-Brown, C., Cloud based passive building occupancy characterization for attack and disaster response, Technologies for Homeland Security (HST), 2013 IEEE International Conference on. pp. 748-753, 2013.
L. K. Norford, Socolow, R. H., Hsieh, E. S., and Spadaro, G. V., 2-to-one discrepancy between measured and predicted performance of a low-energy office building- Insights from a reconsiliation based on the DOE-2 model., Energy and Buildings, vol. 21, pp. 121-131, 1994.
F. J Nicol and Humphreys, M. A., A stochastic approach to thermal comfort-Occupant behavior and energy use in buildings, ASHRAE transactions, vol. 110, 2004.
F. Nicol and Roaf, S., Post-occupancy evaluation and field studies of thermal comfort, Building Research & InformationBuilding Research & Information, vol. 33, pp. 338-346, 2005.
J. F. Nicol, Raja, I. A., Allaudin, A., and Jamy, G. N., Climatic variations in comfortable temperatures: the Pakistan projects, Energy and Buildings, vol. 30, pp. 261-279, 1999.
F. Nicol and Humphreys, M., Maximum temperatures in European office buildings to avoid heat discomfort, Solar Energy, vol. 81, pp. 295-304, 2007.
J. F. Nicol and Humphreys, M. A., Adaptive thermal comfort and sustainable thermal standards for buildings, Energy and Buildings, vol. 34, pp. 563-572, 2002.
J. F. Nicol, Characterising occupant behaviour in buildings: towards a stochastic model of occupant use of windows, lights, blinds, heaters and fans, Proceedings of the seventh international IBPSA conference, Rio, vol. 2. pp. 1073-1078, 2001.
F. Nicol and Wilson, M., Measurements of desktop illuminance in European offices to investigate its dependence on outdoor conditions and its effect on occupant satisfaction , and the use of lights and blinds, vol. 38, pp. 802-813, 2006.
T. A. Nguyen and Aiello, M., Energy intelligent buildings based on user activity: A survey, Energy and Buildings, vol. 56, pp. 244-257, 2013.
G. R. Newsham and Arsenault, C., A camera as a sensor for lighting and shading control, Lighting Research & Technology, vol. 41, pp. 143-163, 2009.
G. R. Newsham, Clothing as a thermal comfort moderator and the effect on energy consumption, Energy and Buildings, vol. 26, pp. 283-291, 1997.
G. Newsham, Occupant movement and the thermal modelling of buildings, Energy and Buildings, vol. 18, pp. 57-64, 1992.
G. R. Newsham, Birt, B. J., Arsenault, C., Thompson, A. J. L., Veitch, J. A., Mancini, S., Galasiu, A. D., Gover, B. N., Macdonald, I. A., and Burns, G. J., Do "green' buildings have better indoor environments? New evidence, Building Research and Information, vol. 41, pp. 415-434, 2013.
G. Newsham, Arsenault, C., Veitch, J., Tosco, A. M., and Duval, C., Task lighting effects on office worker satisfaction and performance , and energy efficiency , pp. 7-26, 2005.
A. A. Nazzal, A new evaluation method for daylight discomfort glare., International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, vol. 35, pp. 295-306, 2005.
M. Nakamura, Sakurai, A., Furubo, S., and Ban, H., Collaborative processing in Mote-based sensor/actuator networks for environment control application, Signal Processing, vol. 88, pp. 1827-1838, 2008.
E. Naghiyev, Gillott, M., and Wilson, R., Three unobtrusive domestic occupancy measurement technologies under qualitative review, Energy and Buildings, vol. 69, pp. 507-514, 2014.
A. Nabil and Mardaljevic, J., Useful daylight illuminances: A replacement for daylight factors, Energy and Buildings, vol. 38, pp. 905-913, 2006.