A Bayesian Analysis of A-B Listening Tests
Given the results of an A-B listening test, Bayesian statistical methods are used to deduce upper and lower limits, at the 95% confidence level, on the fraction of trials in which a difference between A and B can actually be heard by the listener in the test situation.
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