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Appendix D: Key Papers
Throughout the tour, the scanning team received numerous documents from all of the hosting agencies. The documents referred to in this report are listed here.
- Color contrast in tunnels (Kleurcontrast in tunnels) (TNO-report TM-00-C009, in Dutch) by J. W. A. M. Alferdinck, Department of Perception (Displays), TNO Human Factors, Soesterberg, the Netherlands.
- Visibility in road lighting; correlation of subjective assessments with calculated values by J. Lecocq, Thorn Europhane, Les Andelys, France.
- Quality criteria for road lighting: luminance and uniformity levels? Or visibility? by Jean-Marie Dijon and Laurent Maldague of R-Tech S.A. Belgium.
- Tunnel of Wevelgem; comparison and tests of symmetrical, counter-beam and pro-beam systems by Jean-Marie Dijon and P. Winkin of R-Tech S.A. Belgium.
- Laboratory experimental study of the influence of environmental complexity on the detection of various targets by G. Paulmier, C. Brusque, V. Carta, and V. Nguyen, LCPC; Paris, France.
- Evaluation of the photometric characteristics of porous asphalts by Corinne Brusque, Jean Peybernard, LCPC; Paris, France.
- Study of road surface photometric properties by numerical simulations by T. Rondeau, C. Brusque, LCPC, Paris, France; and N. Noe and B. Peroche of Ecole des Mines de St-Etienne Centre Simade, St-Etienne, France.
- Black window method of short tunnel lighting design by J. W. Huijben and F. de Roo, Engineering Department, Rijkwaterstaat, the Netherlands.
- Dynamic public lighting, Ministry of Transport, Public Works, and Water Management; P.O. Box 1031; 3000 BA Rotterdam; the Netherlands.
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