The Sensometric Society
Program of the 7th Sensometrics Conference 2004
July 28
H.J.H. MacFie (keynote) Sensometrics: what have  we achieved? Where are we going?"

Advances in Conjoint Analysis
H. Moskowitz (keynote) Conjoint measurement: A new vista for Sensometrics
C. Marketo A new way to estimate interactions in conjoint analysis
L. Lockshin Using Simulations from Discrete Choice Experiments to Measure Consumer Sensitivity to Brand, Region, Price, and Awards in wine choice

Thurstonian Modelling
D.Ennis (keynote) Statistical and psychological aspects of Thurstonian modelling
P.Brockhoff Thurstonian models for sensory discrimination tests as generalized linear models
U. Böckenholt Identifying the Scale Origin in Comparative Judgment Data
A. M. McRae Statistical model, measurement model or process model?

July 29 
Advances in Partial least Squares (PLS)
F. Westad (keynote) PLS regression for analyzing two or more data tables: An overview of different approaches
M. Froest Multi-way methods for analysis of individual differences in perception of creaminess within a sensory panel
A. Bitnes Application of PLS regression on binary 0/1 qualitative data.Issues of taste sensitivity, experience and aging
R. Xiong A Novel Approach to Identifying the Drivers of Liking from JAR Data Using Dummy Variables
E. Kubberød The effect of 'animality' in the consumption experience - A potential for disgust
S. Lê Confidence ellipse in HMFA applied to sensory Statistical methods
M. Marin Galiano Comparison of ANOVA with the Tobit-Model for Analysing Sensory Data
O. Sailer On nearly balanced designs for sensory trials
B. Yang Hybrid Method of discrimination test and descriptive analysis

Consumer Segmentation and key Drivers Analysis: A Data Workshop
R. Popper Introduction to the Workshop.
S. Ledauphin You like tomato, I like tomato: Let's call the whole consumer testing off
V. Lengard 3-way PLS regression in consumer preference analysis
G. Stucky An L-PLS Preference Cluster Analysis on French Consumer Hedonics to Fresh Tomatoes
G.J. Cleaver Application Of Latent Class Regression Modeling To Explore Consumer Segmentation

Preference Mapping
J.-F. Meullenet Bootstrapping penalty analysis: A tool to test the significance of penalties
K. Sahmer A cluster approach to analyze preference data: Choice of the number of clusters
Z. Zalila Contribution of fuzzy mathematics to the predictive modelling of virtual testers/experts. Application to the subjective evaluation of Champagne wines
P. Faye An alternative to external preference mapping based on consumer perceptive mapping
M. Danzart New Developments In Preference Mapping Techniques: Finding Out A Consumer Optimal Product, Its Sensory Profile And The Key Sensory Attributes
D. Blumenthal How to obtain the sensory scores of the optimal product according to preference mapping with quadratic model?

July 30
Panel performance
M. Qannari Analysis of sensory profiling data by taking account of the performance of the assessors
P. Schlich Multivariate Control of Assessor Performances
O. Tomic The new PanelCheck: a graphical tool for performance evaluation of sensory panels
C.Findlay Optimizing the proficiency of wine panels trained using feedback calibration

Time Intensity
N. Pineau Temporal Dominance of Sensations: Comparison with Conventional Profiling and Time-Intensity
S. LeDauphin A procedure for the analysis of Time Intensity curves

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