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Program of the 10th Sensometrics Conference 2010
July 25
Pieter Punter Conference Opening: 10 Sensometric Conferences: Past - Present - Future
Willem Heiser (plenary) Imagine a Tree of Methods: What will Keep the Sensory Branches Growing?
   
July 26
Hye-Seong Lee (plenary) Measuring food or consumers? Latest ideas and methodological issues in difference tests
   
Applications of sensory difference tests in sensory and consumer research (Chair: Danielle van Hout)
John Ennis Analysis Recommendations for Data with No Difference or No Preference Responses
Danielle van Hout Effects of familiarization using a brand image on the performance of the A-Not A multiple difference test
Udi Makov Data Mining Inspired Sensory Mapping Algorithm
Min-A Kim, Hye-Seong Lee  Effects of the reference stimulus range on the performance in the four different versions of the duo-trio test
John Castura  Best practices in sensory equivalence testing 
   
Consumer segmentation and BIB designs (Chair: Chris Findlay)
Graham Cleaver Preference mapping with incomplete blocks-Review
Ryan Browne, Paul McNicholas The effect of an incomplete block design on consumer segmentation 
Jeffrey L. Andrews Model-based clustering using mixtures of t-factor analyzers: A food authenticity example
Chris Findlay  Sensory Considerations in BIB Design
   
Integrated approaches for PLS Path Modelling
Vincenzo Esposito Vinzi (plenary) Integrated approaches for PLS Path Modelling: PLS regression Estimation Models and Probabilistic Networks. (Part 1 | Part 2)
   
Structural Equation and PLS-path Modelling (Chair: Graham Cleaver)
Jörg Henseler (invited) SEM in relation to other techniques.
Marcel Paulssen  Relating Sensory Profiles to Consumer Liking with Structural Equation Modelling and PLS - an Application in the Pet Food Market
Tormod Naes  Path modelling by sequential PLS regression
A. Deglaire, Méjean, Hercberg, Schlich  The analysis of a set of questionnaires composed of 151 items on salt-, sweet- and fat-liking 
   
New developments in quality control (Chair: Tom Carr)
Iñaki Etaio  Method Development for Sensory Quality Control of Products with Certified Quality Labels: A Case Study on Wine
Stéphane Verdun  Weighted PLS-Discriminant analysis with application to conventional sensory profiling
Jolanda Soons McDonalds In-Plant QC Sensory for the Food Industry
John Ennis  Multivariate Control Charts with Applications to Descriptive Analysis
   
Poster Speed dating
Gaewalin Oupadissakoon Characterization and perceptual mapping of luxury women's fragrances using sorting, projective mapping and conventional descriptive analysis
Jagoda Mazur  Contrast effects in sensory acceptability testing
Dzeti Zait Modelling to understand sweetness, sourness and flavour intensity scoring of red raspberries to facilitate marker assisted breeding
Betina Piqueras-Fiszman Application of CATA questions to identify consumers' semantic space of mobiles and watches. Influence of age and familiarity
Virginie Jesionka Analyzing trees issued from a hierarchical sorting task using HMFA
Laëtitia Leriche Bayesian Networks: an alternative method to understand the link between fragrances and emotions.
   
July 27
Erik Jan Wagemakers (plenary) Bayesian Model Selection in Sensometrics 
   
Applications of Bayesian models  in sensory
Sarah Simpson  Investigating the effect packaging has on sensory perception using the Bayesian design approach to choice-based experiments.
Van Anh Phan  Sensory specific satiation: using Bayesian networks to integrate information from related studies
Fabien Craignou Bayesian Analysis: a complete framework to understand consumer perceptions and their links with sensory data.
   
Workshop R-tutorials (Sebastien Lé)
   
Multi-way models
Michel Tenenhaus (plenary) Multi-way models, an overview
   
Sorting tasks and creative design (Chair:  Pieter Punter)
El Mostafa Qannari  Statistical issues relating to hierarchical free sorting task
Marine Cadoret  A new approach for analyzing hierarchical sorting task data
Guillaume Blancher A method to investigate the stability of a Sorting map
Geir Birkedal  Creative design in early stage product development of emerging technologies
   
Preference, Ideals and Authenticity (Chair: Pascal Schlich)
Nadra Mammasse, Pascal Schlich The right number of consumers to be enrolled in a liking test strongly depends on the level of sensory complexity among products
Hal MacFie, Anne Hasted, Ian Wakeling Ideal versus vector internal preference mapping of real and simulated data sets. 
Thierry Worch Can we trust consumers' Ideals? Study of the relationship between the consumers' pref and their ideals.
   
Temporal Dominance of Sensations (Chair: Pascal Schlich)
Michael Meyners Panel and panelist agreement in studies of Temporal Dominance of Sensations
Nicolas Pineau  Panel performance assessment for Temporal Dominance of Sensations data
   
July 28
Jay Magidson (plenary) Latent Class Segments - How to find them and what to do with them
   
Novel approaches (Chair: Garmt Dijksterhuis)
Greg Keep  Qualitative Research and Text Analysis using a Trained Sensory Panel
Claire Boucon  Methods for comparing factor structures applied to the measurement of a complex product experience
Charles Fayle An Efficient Approach to Solving Complex Market Research Problem


Making decisions in the business world (Chair: Chris Findlay) pdf
   
Posters
Jagoda Mazur Contrast effects in sensory acceptability testing
Hye-Seong Lee Investigating the effects of the information disclosure of sodium reduction on the consumer discrimination using the same-different methods, the first stimulus-fixed dual-pair (4IRX) and a duo-trio with constant reference (RAB) methods
Karina Rossini PLS-DA applied to sensory profiling data with a particular focus on the selection on variables
Dzeti Zait Modelling to understand sweetness, sourness and flavour intensity scoring of red raspberries to facilitate marker assisted breeding
Betina Piqueras-Fiszman Application of CATA questions to identify consumers' semantic space of mobiles and watches. Influence of age and familiarity
Betina Piqueras-Fiszman Modelization of user preferences for industrial products by means of neural networks: Logical framework and practical application
Betina Piqueras-Fiszman Application of neural networks to predict users' perception of the functionality of products
CAA Duineveld A calculation on monosodium glutamate and 5'-inosinate synergy
Gaewalin Oupadissakoon Characterization and perceptual mapping of luxury women's fragrances using sorting, projective mapping and conventional descriptive analysis
Nadia Mendola Understanding of some basic statistical models in Senpaq, their application to sensory data, and their practical value to undergraduate students
Arlene Cameron A Simplified Approach to Tracking the Performance of Experienced Sensory Panelists
Wei Qin Additional uses of actual vs. ideal data for product development
Eric Ferreira Comparing computer intensive tests for panel consonance through Monte Carlo simulation
Vincent Mandon Training on two attributes simultaneously (Poster Presentation)
Virginie Jesionka Analyzing trees issued from a hierarchical sorting task using HMFA
Laëtitia Leriche Bayesian Networks: an alternative method to understand the link between fragrances and emotions.
Eduard Derks Exploration of time-resolved sensory effects of designed salt mixtures in culinary food applications
Kermarrec, Portbarre, Schmied, Cadoret, Lé, Pagès Relation between holistic methods and preference
Dehlholm, Brockhoff, Aaslyng, Bredie Comparing Napping, Flash Profiling and Conventional Profiling 
German Rado, Gaston ares, Ana Giménez Comparison of four consumer profiling methodologies
Ares, Deliza, Barreiro, Giménez Consideration of an ideal point in projective mapping
Hye-Seong Lee Performance of m-AFC (up to four choices) compared with the A-Not A and the first stimulus-fixed dual-pair (4IRX) methods for the overall flavor discrimination, predicted by Signal Detection Theory
Prieto Using Anova-PLA for improved interpreting and prediction of an electric nose response for wine ageing characterization
Herschtal, Mehlinger, Lé, Cadoret, Pagès Comparative study of free sorting and hierachical sorting- a case with advertisements

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