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The aim in developing a Graphical Assessment Language (GAL) is to enable the description and evaluation of spatial attributes. Although elicited graphical descriptors have proved a reliable measure of differences in perceived image width and location, descriptors are notably different between listeners. To further the understanding of these differences, listeners clarified their descriptors in a formal investigation. Results indicate that listeners interpret investigation requirements differently
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