Occupants Behavior Research Bibliography

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Conference Paper
B. Dong, Lam, K. P., and Neuman, C., Integrated building control based on occupant behavior pattern detection and local weather forecasting., in Twelfth International IBPSA Conference, Sydney, Australia, 2011, pp. 14-17.
Conference Proceedings
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.
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.
K. Weekly, Donghyun, R., Lin, Z., Bayen, A. M., Nazaroff, W. W., and Spanos, C. J., Low-cost coarse airborne particulate matter sensing for indoor occupancy detection, Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), 2013 IEEE International Conference on. pp. 32-37, 2013.
Journal Article
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.
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.
F. Rubinstein, Colak, N., Jennings, J., and Neils, D., Analyzing occupancy profiles from a lighting controls field study, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2003.
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.
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.
G. R. Newsham, Clothing as a thermal comfort moderator and the effect on energy consumption, Energy and Buildings, vol. 26, pp. 283-291, 1997.
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.
H. Wilhite, Nakagami, H., Masuda, T., Yamaga, Y., and Haneda, H., A cross-cultural analysis of household energy use behaviour in Japan and Norway, Energy Policy, vol. 24, pp. 795-803, 1996.
H. B. Rijal, Tuohy, P., Humphreys, M. A., Nicol, J. F., Samuel, A., Raja, I. A., and Clarke, J., Development of adaptive algorithms for the operation of windows, fans, and doors to predict thermal comfort and energy use in Pakistani buildings, ASHRAE Transactions, vol. 114, p. 555, 2009.
H. B. Rijal, Tuohy, P., Nicol, F., Humphreys, M. A., Samuel, A., and Clarke, J., Development of an adaptive window-opening algorithm to predict the thermal comfort, energy use and overheating in buildings, Journal of Building Performance Simulation, vol. 1, pp. 17-30, 2008.
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.
T. A. Nguyen and Aiello, M., Energy intelligent buildings based on user activity: A survey, Energy and Buildings, vol. 56, pp. 244-257, 2013.
A. D. Galasiu, Newsham, G. R., Suvagau, C., and Sander, D. M., Energy saving lighting control systems for open-plan offices: A field study, Leukos, vol. 4, pp. 7-29, 2007.
G. Wood and Newborough, M., Energy-use information transfer for intelligent homes: Enabling energy conservation with central and local displays, Energy and Buildings, vol. 39, pp. 495-503, 2007.
J. A. Veitch and Newsham, G. R., Exercised control, lighting choices, and energy use: An office simulation experiment, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol. 20, pp. 219-237, 2000.
A. Melikov, Pitchurov, G., Naydenov, K., and Langkilde, G., Field study on occupant comfort and the office thermal environment in rooms with displacement ventilation, Indoor air, vol. 15, pp. 205-14, 2005.
T. Chiang, Mevlevioglu, G., Natarajan, S., Padget, J., and Walker, I., Inducing [sub]conscious energy behaviour through visually displayed energy information: A case study in university accommodation, Energy and Buildings, vol. 70, pp. 507-515, 2013.
C. Zimring, Joseph, A., Nicoll, G. L., and Tsepas, S., Influences of building design and site design on physical activity: research and intervention opportunities, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, vol. 28, pp. 186-193, 2005.
F. Nicol and Humphreys, M., Maximum temperatures in European office buildings to avoid heat discomfort, Solar Energy, vol. 81, pp. 295-304, 2007.
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.
A. A. Nazzal, A new evaluation method for daylight discomfort glare., International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, vol. 35, pp. 295-306, 2005.
M. Mysen, Berntsen, S., Nafstad, P., and Schild, P. G., Occupancy density and benefits of demand-controlled ventilation in Norwegian primary schools, Energy and Buildings, vol. 37, pp. 1234-1240, 2005.
P. Tuohy, Humphreys, M. A., Nicol, J. F., Rijal, H. B., and Clarke, J., Occupant behavior in naturally ventilated and hybrid buildings, ASHRAE Transactions, vol. 115, pp. 16-27, 2009.
G. Newsham, Occupant movement and the thermal modelling of buildings, Energy and Buildings, vol. 18, pp. 57-64, 1992.
D. G. L. Samuel, Nagendra, S. M. S., and Maiya, M. P., Passive alternatives to mechanical air conditioning of building: A review, Building and Environment, vol. 66, pp. 54-64, 2013.
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.
Y. G. Yohanis, Mondol, J. D., Wright, A., and Norton, B., Real-life energy use in the UK: How occupancy and dwelling characteristics affect domestic electricity use, Energy and Buildings, vol. 40, pp. 1053-1059, 2008.
K. Engvall, Wickman, P., and Norbäck, D., Sick building syndrome and perceived indoor environment in relation to energy saving by reduced ventilation flow during heating season: a 1 year intervention study in dwellings., Indoor air, vol. 15, pp. 120-6, 2005.
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.
J. Virote and Neves-Silva, R., Stochastic models for building energy prediction based on occupant behavior assessment, Energy and Buildings, vol. 53, pp. 183-193, 2012.
R. Fritsch, Kohler, A., Nygardferguson, M., and Scartezzini, J. L., A stochastic-model of user behavior regarding ventilation, Building and Environment, vol. 25, pp. 173-181, 1990.
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.
I. A. Raja, Nicol, J. F., McCartney, K. J., and Humphreys, M. A., Thermal comfort: use of controls in naturally ventilated buildings, Energy and Buildings, vol. 33, pp. 235-244, 2001.
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.
S. Roaf, Nicol, F., Humphreys, M., Tuohy, P., and Boerstra, A., Twentieth century standards for thermal comfort: promoting high energy buildings, Architectural Science Review, vol. 53, pp. 65-77, 2010.
P. Tuohy, Roaf, S., Nicol, F., Humphreys, M., and Boerstra, A., Twenty first century standards for thermal comfort: fostering low carbon building design and operation, Architectural Science Review, vol. 53, pp. 78-86, 2010.
H. B. Rijal, Humphreys, M. A., and Nicol, J. F., Understanding occupant behaviour: the use of controls in mixed-mode office buildings, Building Research & Information, vol. 37, pp. 381-396, 2009.
A. Nabil and Mardaljevic, J., Useful daylight illuminances: A replacement for daylight factors, Energy and Buildings, vol. 38, pp. 905-913, 2006.
H. B. Rijal, Tuohy, P., Humphreys, M. A., Nicol, J. F., Samuel, A., and Clarke, J., Using results from field surveys to predict the effect of open windows on thermal comfort and energy use in buildings, Energy and Buildings, vol. 39, pp. 823-836, 2007.
G. Bekö, Lund, T., Nors, F., Toftum, J., and Clausen, G., Ventilation rates in the bedrooms of 500 Danish children, Building and Environment, vol. 45, pp. 2289-2295, 2010.
M. B. C. Aries, Veitch, J. A., and Newsham, G. R., Windows, view, and office characteristics predict physical and psychological discomfort, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol. 30, pp. 533-541, 2010.
A. J. Marszal, Heiselberg, P., Bourrelle, J. S., Musall, E., Voss, K., Sartori, I., and Napolitano, A., Zero Energy Building - A review of definitions and calculation methodologies, Energy and Buildings, vol. 43, pp. 971-979, 2011.