Accession Number : AD0489591
Title : SOME STATISTICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN MULTIDIMENSIONAL SCALING.
Descriptive Note : Doctoral thesis,
Corporate Author : EDUCATIONAL TESTING SERVICE PRINCETON NJ
Personal Author(s) : Ramsay, James O.
Report Date : JUN 1966
Pagination or Media Count : 82
Abstract : This study had three purposes: First, to discuss the multidimensional scaling model with respect to its statistical problems; second, to describe a set of statistical assumptions which seem reasonable in light of the nature of the scaling model and to derive from them a set of estimates and predictions for a scaling experiment; and third, to investigate the usefulness and success of these estimates in a particular scheme for gathering scaling data and to determine whether this scheme led to reasonable conclusions about color space.
Descriptors : *PERFORMANCE(HUMAN)), (*STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS, STATISTICAL DISTRIBUTIONS, COLLECTING METHODS, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, NUMERICAL METHODS AND PROCEDURES, THEORY, PERCEPTION, COLORS, STIMULATION(PHYSIOLOGY), COLOR VISION, RELIABILITY, TEST CONSTRUCTION(PSYCHOLOGY), MEASUREMENT, SCALE.
Subject Categories : Psychology
Statistics and Probability
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE