An Equipercentile Version of the Levine Linear Observed-Score Equating Function Using the Methods of Kernel Equating. Research Report. ETS RR-07-14.

@inproceedings{Davier2007AnEV,
  title={An Equipercentile Version of the Levine Linear Observed-Score Equating Function Using the Methods of Kernel Equating. Research Report. ETS RR-07-14.},
  author={Alina von Davier and Stephanie Fournier-Zajac and Paul W. Holland},
  year={2007}
}
In the nonequivalent groups with anchor test (NEAT) design, there are several ways to use the information provided by the anchor in the equating process. One of the NEAT-design equating methods is the linear observed-score Levine method (Kolen & Brennan, 2004). It is based on a classical test theory model of the true scores on the test forms to be equated and on the anchor test (Levine, 1955). The Levine linear method does not yet have an equipercentile analogue, and no version of kernel… CONTINUE READING