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Hong Tan

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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Cassidy Casper on Saturday September 19, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to ECE 51100 at Purdue University taught by Hong Tan in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 72 views. For similar materials see /class/207892/ece-51100-purdue-university in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at Purdue University.

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Date Created: 09/19/15
ECE51 1PSY51 1 PSYCHOPHYSICS A JOINT OFFERING BY THE SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING AND THE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES PURDUE UNIVERSITY FALL 2008 STUDY GUIDE FOR FINAL EXAM The nal exam will be held from 100 300 pm on Monday Dec 15 2008 in MSEE184 Calculators are allowed DISCLAIMER THIS IS NOT AN EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF TOPICS TO BE COVERED IN THE FINAL The nal exam will cover the course materials presented after the midterm exam You are expected to be able to Adaptive Methods 0 Describe the simple and transformed updown methods 0 Calculate the probability of convergence given the rules for increasing decreasing stimulus levels 0 Describe how to estimate AL and DL using adaptive psychophysical methods Information Theory and Absolute Identi cation Experiment 0 Calculate the uncertainty of a particular outcome Calculate the average uncertainty of a set of events when the events are equally likely or when their a priori probabilities are known De ne the concept of information in terms of uncertainty Describe the key steps in setting up an absolute identi cation AI experiment Calculate IS IR and IT given a confusion matrix Know how to interpret IT results The use of 2 Discuss the similarities and differences between an identification experiment and a signal detection experiment or rating experiment Multidimensional Scaling 0 Describe how to set up a Multidimensional Scaling experiment Explain one method of obtaining dissimilarity scores Explain how to select the dimensionality of an MDS space calculated by a statistics package Interpret MDS solutions Know the limitation of the MDS method Describe at least one way to verify an MDS solution Speed accuracy Tradeoff 0 Discuss how the SpeedAccuracy Tradeoff SAT is different from the classical psychophysical methods or the Signal Detection Experiment Describe how to set up an SAT experiment Compare SATF with ROC What are the similarities and differences in terms of experimental methods and data analyses


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