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Discomfort glare evaluation: The influence of anchor bias in luminance adjustments

Bibliographic reference Kent, Michael G ; Fotios, Steve ; Altomonte, Sergio. Discomfort glare evaluation: The influence of anchor bias in luminance adjustments. In: Lighting Research & Technology, Vol. xx, p. 147715351773428 (2017)
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