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2. Cheng, V., Ng, E., & Givoni, B. 2006. Outdoor Thermal Comfort for Hong Kong People: A Longitudinal Study. Paper presented at the PLEA 2007, Singapore

3. Givoni, B., Noguchi, M., Saaroni, H., Pochter, O., Yaacov, Y., Feller, N., & Becker, S. 2003. Outdoor comfort research issues. Energy and Buildings, 35 (1): pp.77-86.

4. Ng, E. 2007. Designing for Thermal Comfort and Air Ventilation in High Density City Conditions - Air Ventilation Assessment System (AVAS). HKIA Journal: 24-31.

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7. Höppe, P. 1999. The Physiological Equivalent Temperature - a universal index for the biometeorological assessment of the thermal environment. International Journal of Biometeorology, 43: 71-75.

8. Hoppe, P. 1997. Aspects of human biometeorology in past, present and future. Int J Biometeorol, 40: 19-23.

9. Yip, K.M., Leung, Y.K., & Yeung, K.H. 2007. Long-term trend in thermal index and its impact on mortality in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the International Conference on Climate Change, Hong Kong, China, from http://www.hko.gov.hk/publica/reprint/r710.pdf

10. Matzarakis, A., & Mayer, H. 2003. Human-biometeorological assessment of urban structures. Paper presented at the Fifth International Conference on Urban Climate, Lodz, Poland

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