The detection threshold test is one of the most common taste tests used in sensory science and is usually paired with affective-or, consumer-testing to determine preferences.
What does DT stand for?
DT stands for Detection Threshold
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The predicted main effect of symptom severity on absolute detection threshold was not statistically significant.
The odor activity value for a compound was calculated by dividing its concentration by its odor detection threshold in water.
1997): odor detection threshold for phenyl ethyl alcohol, a 20-item odor identification test, and irritation detection threshold (lateralization) for n-butanol.
Different modalities such as vibration perception threshold, warm-cold detection thresholds and heat-cold pain thresholds are evaluated by this method.
For watermark detection, apply the same procedure but pick the coefficients greater than the detection threshold T2 >T1 from the coarse subband.