Development of the ASHRAE Global Thermal Comfort Database II

@article{Liina2018DevelopmentOT,
  title={Development of the ASHRAE Global Thermal Comfort Database II},
  author={Veronika F{\"o}ldv{\'a}ry Li{\vc}ina and Toby Cheung and Hui Zhang and Richard de Dear and Thomas Parkinson and Edward A. Arens and Chungyoon Chun and S. Schiavon and Maohui Luo and Gail Brager and Peixian Li and Soazig Kaam and Micheal A. Adebamowo and Mary Myla Andamon and Francesco Babich and Chiheb Bouden and Hana Pustayov{\'a} Bukovianska and Christhina Candido and Bin Cao and Salvatore Carlucci and David Kok Wai Cheong and Joon-Ho Choi and Malcolm John Cook and Paul C. Cropper and Max Deuble and Shahin Heidari and Madhavi Indraganti and Quan Jin and Hyojin Kim and Jungsoo Kim and Kyle Konis and Manoj Kumar Singh and Alison Kwok and Roberto Lamberts and Dennis Loveday and Jared Langevin and Sanyogita Manu and Cornelia Moosmann and Fergus Nicol and Ryozo Ooka and Nigel Oseland and Lorenzo Pagliano and Du{\vs}an Petr{\'a}{\vs} and Rajan Rawal and Ramona Romero and Hom Bahadur Rijal and Chandra Sekhar and Marcel Schweiker and Federico Tartarini and Shin‐ichi Tanabe and Kwok Wai Tham and Despoina Teli and J{\o}rn Toftum and Linda Toledo and Kazuyo Tsuzuki and Renata De Vecchi and Andreas Wagner and Zhaojun Wang and Holger Wallbaum and Lynda Webb and Liu Yang and Yingxin Zhu and Y. Zhai and Y. H. Zhang and Xiang Zhou},
  journal={Building and Environment},
  year={2018}
}
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