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The symposium on Correlating Sensory Objective Measurements: New Methods for Answering Old Problems was held at ASTM in Philadelphia, Pa., 1112 Nov. 1974. Committee E18 on Sensory Evaluation of Materials and Products sponsored the symposium. J. J. Powers, University of Georgia College of Agriculture, presided as a symposium chairman, and H. R. Moskowitz, U.S. Army Natick Laboratories, served as symposium co-chairman.
Univariate Psychophysical Functions
Search for the Determiners of Food Quality Ratings — Description of Methodology with Application to Blueberries
Bargmann R., Powers J., Wu L.