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Detecting Cyclists at Night : visibility effects of reflector placement and different lighting conditions

@inproceedings{Hemeren2017DetectingCA,
  title={Detecting Cyclists at Night : visibility effects of reflector placement and different lighting conditions},
  author={Paul Hemeren and Mikael Johannesson and Mikael Lebram and Fredrik Eriksson},
  year={2017}
}
Detecting Cyclists at Night : visibility effects of reflector placement and different lighting conditions 

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