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Qualitative analysis of the usefulness of perceptualisation techniques in communicating building simulation outputs

Prazeres, Luis and Clarke, Joseph Andrew (2005) Qualitative analysis of the usefulness of perceptualisation techniques in communicating building simulation outputs. In: Proceedings of the 9th International Building Performance Simulation Conference. IBPSA, pp. 961-968. ISBN 972-97973-2-3

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Abstract

This paper complements a previous publication in the Building Simulation Conference series by identifying where perceptualization techniques can improve data presentation and assist with the interpretation of the underlying performance message. The paper describes hypotheses that were tested in practice via a performance display prototype. Intended future work is summarised.