Michael G. Kent
Michael G. Kent
Berkeley Education Alliance for Research in Singapore Limited
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Indoor environmental quality and occupant satisfaction in green-certified buildings
S Altomonte, S Schiavon, MG Kent, G Brager
Building Research & Information 47 (3), 255-274, 2019
712019
Temporal effects on glare response from daylight
MG Kent, S Altomonte, R Wilson, PR Tregenza
Building and Environment 113, 49-64, 2017
482017
Visual task difficulty and temporal influences in glare response
S Altomonte, MG Kent, PR Tregenza, R Wilson
Building and Environment 95, 209-226, 2016
432016
Discomfort glare and time of day
MG Kent, S Altomonte, PR Tregenza, R Wilson
Lighting Research & Technology 47 (6), 641-657, 2015
412015
Discomfort glare evaluation: The influence of anchor bias in luminance adjustments
MG Kent, S Fotios, S Altomonte
Lighting Research & Technology 51 (1), 131-146, 2019
272019
Temporal variables and personal factors in glare sensation
MG Kent, S Altomonte, PR Tregenza, R Wilson
Lighting Research & Technology 48 (6), 689-710, 2016
272016
Satisfaction with indoor environmental quality in BREEAM and non-BREEAM certified office buildings
S Altomonte, S Saadouni, MG Kent, S Schiavon
Architectural Science Review 60 (4), 343-355, 2017
242017
Developing an innovative method for visual perception evaluation in a physical-based virtual environment
F Abd-Alhamid, M Kent, C Bennett, J Calautit, Y Wu
Building and Environment 162, 106278, 2019
182019
Order effects when using Hopkinson's multiple criterion scale of discomfort due to glare
MG Kent, S Fotios, S Altomonte
Building and Environment 136, 54-61, 2018
162018
An experimental study on the effect of visual tasks on discomfort due to peripheral glare
MG Kent, S Fotios, S Altomonte
Leukos 15 (1), 17-28, 2019
122019
Development of experimental methods for quantifying the human response to chromatic glazing
R Liang, M Kent, R Wilson, Y Wu
Building and Environment 147, 199-210, 2019
112019
Stimulus range bias leads to different settings when using luminance adjustment to evaluate discomfort due to glare
MG Kent, S Fotios, T Cheung
Building and Environment 153, 281-287, 2019
102019
Evaluating the impact of viewing location on view perception using a virtual environment
F Abd-Alhamid, M Kent, J Calautit, Y Wu
Building and Environment 180, 106932, 2020
82020
A data analysis of the Chilean housing stock and the development of modelling archetypes
C Molina, M Kent, I Hall, B Jones
Energy and Buildings 206, 109568, 2020
82020
Temporal effects in glare response
MG Kent
University of Nottingham, 2016
82016
A Bayesian method of evaluating discomfort due to glare: The effect of order bias from a large glare source
MG Kent, T Cheung, S Altomonte, S Schiavon, A Lipczyńska
Building and Environment 146, 258-267, 2018
72018
The effect of a pre-trial range demonstration on subjective evaluations using category rating of discomfort due to glare
MG Kent, S Fotios
Leukos 17 (1), 43-58, 2021
52021
Sensitivity Analysis for the Daylight Simulation of Complex Façades
S Abdelwahab, MG Kent, S Altomonte
52017
Evaluation of the effect of landscape distance seen in window views on visual satisfaction
M Kent, S Schiavon
Building and Environment 183, 107160, 2020
42020
A dimensionality reduction method to select the most representative daylight illuminance distributions
MG Kent, S Schiavon, JA Jakubiec
Journal of building performance simulation 13 (1), 122-135, 2020
42020
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