Efficient adaptive procedures for threshold and concurrent slope estimates for psychophysics and speech intelligibility tests.

@article{Brand2002EfficientAP,
  title={Efficient adaptive procedures for threshold and concurrent slope estimates for psychophysics and speech intelligibility tests.},
  author={Thomas Brand and Birger Kollmeier},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2002},
  volume={111 6},
  pages={2801-10}
}
The minimum standard deviations achievable for concurrent estimates of thresholds and psychometric function slopes as well as the optimal target values for adaptive procedures are calculated as functions of stimulus level and track length on the basis of the binomial theory. The optimum pair of targets for a concurrent estimate is found at the correct response probabilities p1 = 0.19 and p2 = 0.81 for the logistic psychometric function. An adaptive procedure that converges at these optimal… CONTINUE READING
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