The Law of Comparative Judgment: Theory and Implementation
LOUISIANA STATE UNIV BATON ROUGE REMOTE SENSING AND IMAGE PROCESSING LAB
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A theoretical method for defining texture measures was defined by Conners and Vasquez. The use of this method requires a perceptual ranking which can be used to rank the relative visual differences among a set of texture pairs. This report describes the theoretical development and an implementation of such a perceptual ranking. This perceptual ranking is called the law of comparative judgement. It was developed by Thurstone. It allows n things to be ranked scaled based on pairwise responses obtained over all possible combination of n things taken two at a time.
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