Taste confusion matrix
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Taste Confusion Matrix (TCM) is a method in which many compounds are tested at the same time. It is a study of human taste perception. It characterizes the quality of taste with identification patterns of some 10 stimuli which are analyzed.
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- Hettinger T. P., Gent J. F., Marks L. E., Frank M. E. (November 1999). "A confusion matrix for the study of taste perception". Percept Psychophys 61 (8).
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