Constructive criticism of work by others is an essential aspect of scientific discovery. Here we show criticisms of our work as raised by others and our criticism of work done by others.

Comments by others on work at Sheffield

Fotios S. A revised Kruithof graph based on empirical data. Leukos, 2017; 13(1); 3-17

Comment from Kit Cuttle

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Fotios S, Yang B, Uttley J. Observing other pedestrians: Investigating the typical distance and duration of fixation. Lighting Research and Technology, 2015; 47(5); 548-564.

Comment from Davoodian and Raynham

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Our comments on work by others

Wienold, J., Iwata, T., Sarey Khanie, M., Erell, E., Kaftan, E., Rodriguez, R., Yamin Garreton J.A., Tzempelikos T., Konstantzos I., Christoffersen J., Kuhn T. E., Pierson C., Andersen M. Cross-validation and robustness of daylight glare metrics. Lighting Research & Technology 2019; 51(7): 983-1013.

Kakitsuba N. Comfortable indoor lighting conditions evaluated from psychological and physiological responses.) Leukos, 2016; 12(3); 173-177


Peña-García A, Hurtado A, Aguilar-Luzón MC. 2015. Impact of public lighting on pedestrians’ perception of safety and well-being. Safety Science, 78; 142-148.

Kostic M, Djokic L, Pojatar D, Strbac-Hadzibegovic N. Technical and economic analysis of road lighting solutions based on mesopic vision. Building and Environment 2009; 44; 2006-2007.

Van Creveld K. An investigation into the relationship between luminance and brightness of strongly chromatic light sources. Lighting Research and Technology 1999; 31(3): 117-122.