R package MLDS: Maximum Likelihood Difference Scaling. Difference scaling is a method for scaling perceived supra-threshold differences. The package contains functions that allow the user to design and run a difference scaling experiment, to fit the resulting data by maximum likelihood and test the internal validity of the estimated scale.
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- Charrier, Christophe; Knoblauch, Kenneth; Maloney, Laurence T.; Bovik, Alan C.; Moorthy, Anush K.: Optimizing multiscale SSIM for compression via MLDS (2012)
- Kenneth Knoblauch; Laurence Maloney: MLDS: Maximum Likelihood Difference Scaling in R (2008) not zbMATH