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Edison, T. A. (1880). The Success of the Electric Light. N. American Rev., 131(287), 295–300.
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Cho, H. M., Lee, M. K., Chang, S. J., & Kim, S. (2015). Analysis on Luminance of Outdoor Signboards of Commercial Areas in Seoul at Night Considering Light Pollution. J. Korean Soc. Living Environ. Sys, 22(4), 583–595-589.
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Brons JA, Bullogh JD, & Rea MS. (2008). Outdoor site-lighting performance: A comprehensive and quantitative framework for assessing light pollution. Lighting Research and Technology, 40, 201–204.
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van Schalkwyk, I., Venkataraman, N., Shankar, V., Milton, J., Bailey, T., & Calais, K. (2016). Evaluation of the Safety Performance of Continuous Mainline Roadway Lighting on Freeway Segments in Washington State. WSDOT Research Report. Washington State Department of Transportation.
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