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Spie Press Book

Selected Papers on Architectural Lighting
Editor(s): Mark S. Rea
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Book Details

Date Published: 1 September 1992
Pages: 582
ISBN: 9780819409928
Volume: MS58

Table of Contents
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Section One
Human Factors

Visual Effects

Visual performance

3 The relation between illumination and visual efficiency--the effect of brightness contrast H.C. Weston (Industrial Health Research Board, Great Britain, and Medical Research Council, London 1945)
36 Contrast thresholds of the human eye H.R. Blackwell (Journal of the Optical Society of America 1946)
56 Toward a model of visual performance: foundations and data M.S. Rea (Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 1986)
73 Toward a model of visual performance: a review of methodologies M.S. Rea (Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 1987)
88 Assessment of brightness: what we see R.G. Hopkinson (Illuminating Engineering 1957)
100 Retinal illumination and age R.A. Weale (Transactions of the Illuminating Engineering Society [London] 1961) Glare
106 The fundamentals of glare and visibility L.L. Holladay (Journal of the Optical Society of America and Review of Scientific Instruments 1926)
155 Brightness in visual field at borderline between comfort and discomfort (BCD) M. Luckiesh, S.K. Guth (Illuminating Engineering 1949)
176 Evaluation of glare R.G. Hopkinson (Illuminating Engineering 1957)
188 Discomfort glare: range effects A.B. Lulla, C.A. Bennett (Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 1981) Color
195 A re-determination of the trichromatic coefficients of the spectral colours W.D. Wright (Transactions of the Optical Society 1928- 29)
215 Reduction of data on mixture of color stimuli D.B. Judd (Bureau of Standards Journal of Research 1930)
244 Light sources and color rendering D. Nickerson (Journal of the Optical Society of America 1960)
257 Measurement and computer-aided optimization of spectral power distributions M. Koedam, J.J. Opstelten (Lighting Research and Technology 1971)
263 Some quantitative aspects of an opponent-colors theory. II. Brightness, saturation, and hue in normal and dichromatic vision L.M. Hurvich, D. Jameson (Journal of the Optical Society of America 1955)
278 Errors of the standard photometric system when measuring the brightness of general illumination light sources D.H. Alman (Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 1977) Biological Effects
286 Symposium on light and vision: visual fatigue H.C. Weston (Illuminating Engineering 1954)
300 Fluorescent lighting, headaches and eyestrain A.J. Wilkins, I. Nimmo-Smith, A.I. Slater, L. Bedocs (Lighting Research and Technology 1989)
308 Bright artificial light treatment of a manic-depressive patient with a seasonal mood cycle A.J. Lewy, H.A. Kern, N.E. Rosenthal, T.A. Wehr (American Journal of Psychiatry 1982)
310 Bright light resets the human circadian pacemaker independent of the timing of the sleep-wake cycle C.A. Czeisler, J.S. Allan, S.H. Strogatz, J.M. Ronda, R. Sanchez, C.D. Rios, W.O. Freitag, G.S. Richardson, R.E. Kronauer (Science 1986)
Section Two
Technology

Lamps and Luminaires

317 The invention of the electric light M. Josephson (Scientific American 1959)
329 An iodine incandescent lamp with virtually 100 per cent lumen maintenance E.G. Zubler, F.A. Mosby (Illuminating Engineering 1959)
336 Characteristics of fluorescent lamps G.E. Inman (Transactions of the Illuminating Engineering Society 1939)
347 Fluorescent luminaires of today--How will they seem in '45? W. Harrison (Illuminating Engineering 1941)
355 High-pressure sodium discharge lamps J.A.J.M. van Vliet, J.J. de Groot (IEE Proceedings 1981)
382 Characteristics of mercury vapor-metallic iodide arc lamps G.H. Reiling (Journal of the Optical Society of America 1964) Controls
391 A new approach to lighting system control T.K. McGowan, G.E. Feiker (Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 1976)
Section Three
Practice

Photometry and Calculations

399 The photometric connection--Part 1: Factors in, and the quantitative uncertainties of, luminaires and photometry, lighting calculations and field measurements are examined R.E. Levin (Lighting Design & Application 1982)
407 The photometric connection--Part 2: Lamp operation, goniophotometers and their implications in lighting design are considered R.E. Levin (Lighting Design & Application 1982)
411 The photometric connection--Part 3: Meters and field measurements are discussed R.E. Levin (Lighting Design & Application 1982)
417 Coefficients of utilization W. Harrison, E.A. Anderson (Transactions of the Illuminating Engineering Society 1920)
430 On the simplification of radiative transfer calculations D.L. DiLaura (Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 1982) Design and Applications
435 Interim study of procedures for investigating the effect of light on impression and behavior J.E. Flynn, T.J. Spencer, O. Martyniuk, C. Hendrick (Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society 1973)
443 Movement under emergency lighting: the effect of illuminance P.R. Boyce (Lighting Research and Technology 1985)
464 Relationship between illumination and freeway accidents P.C. Box (Illuminating Engineering 1971)
493 Intensity control of approach and runway lighting at low visibility at night P. Padmos, J.J. Vos (Proceedings of the 18th Session CIE 1975)
500 Lighting for architecture. 1. Lighting: design or accident? W.M.C. Lam (Architectural Record 1960)
512 Lighting for architecture. 2. The lighting program: The right light in the right place W.M.C. Lam (Architectural Record 1960)
525 Studies in interior lighting J.M. Waldram (Transactions of the Illuminating Engineering Society [London] 1954)

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