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Modélisation de l'éblouissement d'inconfort dans des situations dynamiques

Abstract : The discomfort glare is defined as the sensation of discomfort felt by an observer in presence of light sources, without necessary impacting his visual performance. This PhD investigates this phenomen on in the context of outdoor lighting. Although many models of discomfort glare have been proposed in the literature, there is no consensus in outdoor lighting. Moreover, most of these models have been developed to predict the discomfort glare level from one static light source in the visual field. In outdoor lighting, the road user is usually moving with multiple sources around him. To study this phenomenon in dynamic multi-source situations, seven psychovisual experimentations were carried out in the laboratory with panels of participants. These experimentations proposed multi-source stimuli having their characteristics (luminance, apparent size, position) that periodically varied. From the experimental data, a model was developed which predict the probability of four discomfort glare levels. It depends on the photometric and geometric characteristics of the visual scene
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Joffrey Girard. Modélisation de l'éblouissement d'inconfort dans des situations dynamiques. Traitement du signal et de l'image [eess.SP]. Université Paris-Est, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019PESC2058⟩. ⟨tel-02513440⟩



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