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Analysis of the accuracy on PMV–PPD model using the ASHRAE Global Thermal Comfort Database II
T Cheung, S Schiavon, T Parkinson, P Li, G Brager
Building and Environment 153, 205-217, 2019
3902019
Development of the ASHRAE global thermal comfort database II
VF Ličina, T Cheung, H Zhang, R De Dear, T Parkinson, E Arens, C Chun, ...
Building and Environment 142, 502-512, 2018
3712018
Thermal pleasure in built environments: physiology of alliesthesia
T Parkinson, R De Dear
Building Research & Information 43 (3), 288-301, 2015
2332015
Nudging the adaptive thermal comfort model
T Parkinson, R De Dear, G Brager
Energy and Buildings 206, 109559, 2020
1722020
Continuous IEQ monitoring system: Context and development
T Parkinson, A Parkinson, R de Dear
Building and Environment 149, 15-25, 2019
1372019
Residential adaptive comfort in a humid subtropical climate—Sydney Australia
R De Dear, J Kim, T Parkinson
Energy and Buildings 158, 1296-1305, 2018
1242018
Thermal pleasure in built environments: alliesthesia in different thermoregulatory zones
T Parkinson, R de Dear, C Candido
Building Research & Information 44 (1), 20-33, 2016
1202016
Understanding patterns of adaptive comfort behaviour in the Sydney mixed-mode residential context
J Kim, R de Dear, T Parkinson, C Candido
Energy and Buildings 141, 274-283, 2017
1172017
Lessons learned from 20 years of CBE’s occupant surveys
LT Graham, T Parkinson, S Schiavon
Buildings and Cities 2 (1), 2021
100*2021
Thermal pleasure in built environments: spatial alliesthesia from air movement
T Parkinson, R de Dear
Building Research & Information 45 (3), 320-335, 2017
792017
Thermal comfort in a mixed-mode building: Are occupants more adaptive?
J Kim, F Tartarini, T Parkinson, P Cooper, R De Dear
Energy and Buildings 203, 109436, 2019
712019
Continuous IEQ monitoring system: Performance specifications and thermal comfort classification
T Parkinson, A Parkinson, R de Dear
Building and Environment 149, 241-252, 2019
692019
Residential adaptive comfort in a humid continental climate–Tianjin China
Y Song, Y Sun, S Luo, Z Tian, J Hou, J Kim, T Parkinson, R de Dear
Energy and Buildings 170, 115-121, 2018
632018
Thermal pleasure in built environments: spatial alliesthesia from contact heating
T Parkinson, R de Dear
Building Research & Information 44 (3), 248-262, 2016
632016
Perception of Transient Thermal Environments: pleasure and alliesthesia
T Parkinson, R De Dear, C Candido
Proceedings of 7th Windsor Conference, Windsor, UK, 2012
552012
Improved long-term thermal comfort indices for continuous monitoring
P Li, T Parkinson, S Schiavon, TM Froese, R de Dear, A Rysanek, ...
Energy and buildings 224, 110270, 2020
432020
A data-driven approach to defining acceptable temperature ranges in buildings
P Li, T Parkinson, G Brager, S Schiavon, TCT Cheung, T Froese
Building and Environment 153, 302-312, 2019
412019
The Squeaky wheel: Machine learning for anomaly detection in subjective thermal comfort votes
Z Wang, T Parkinson, P Li, B Lin, T Hong
Building and Environment 151, 219-227, 2019
382019
The impact of occupant's thermal sensitivity on adaptive thermal comfort model
RF Rupp, T Parkinson, J Kim, J Toftum, R de Dear
Building and Environment 207, 108517, 2022
332022
Overcooling of offices reveals gender inequity in thermal comfort
T Parkinson, S Schiavon, R de Dear, G Brager
Scientific reports 11 (1), 23684, 2021
322021
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