Assessor panels are used to perform perceptual evaluation tasks in the form of listening and viewing tests. In order to ensure the quality of collected data it is vital that the selected assessors have the desired qualities in terms of discrimination aptitude as well as consistent rating ability. This work extends existing procedures in this field to provide a statistically robust and efficient manner for assessing and evaluating the performance of assessors for listening and viewing tasks.
Legarth, Søren V.; Zacharov, Nick
Affiliation: DELTA SenseLab, Hørsholm, Denmark
AES Convention: 126 (May 2009) Paper Number: 7788
Publication Date: May 1, 2009
Subject: Assessment and Evaluation
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