Guillermo Aguilar

2012- Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin, Berlin, Germany 
Visual perception, lightness perception, psychophysics, scaling, psychophysical measurement
"Guillermo Aguilar"
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Pedro E. Maldonado research assistant 2010 University of Chile
Maria de la Luz Aylwin research assistant 2005-2010 University of Chile
Jochen Braun grad student 2011-2012 University of Magdeburg
Marianne Maertens grad student 2012-2017 TU Berlin
Marianne Maertens post-doc 2017- TU Berlin
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Aguilar G, Maertens M. (2022) Conjoint measurement of perceived transparency and perceived contrast in variegated checkerboards. Journal of Vision. 22: 2
Aguilar G, Maertens M. (2020) Toward reliable measurements of perceptual scales in multiple contexts. Journal of Vision. 20: 19
Aguilar G, Maertens M. (2019) Linking assumptions: towards reliable measurements of perceptual scales Journal of Vision. 19: 87c
Lang B, Aguilar G, Maertens M, et al. (2019) The influence of observer lapses on maximum-likelihood difference scaling Journal of Vision. 19: 87b
Maertens M, Aguilar G. (2019) Perceived transmittance and perceived contrast in variegated checkerboards Journal of Vision. 19: 242a
Aguilar G, Maertens M. (2018) Using conjoint measurement to estimate scales of perceived surface lightness Journal of Vision. 18: 177
Wiebel CB, Aguilar G, Maertens M. (2017) Maximum likelihood difference scales represent perceptual magnitudes and predict appearance matches. Journal of Vision. 17: 1
Aguilar G, Wichmann FA, Maertens M. (2017) Comparing sensitivity estimates from MLDS and forced-choice methods in a slant-from-texture experiment. Journal of Vision. 17: 37
Wichmann FA, Janssen DHJ, Geirhos R, et al. (2017) Methods and measurements to compare men against machines Electronic Imaging. 2017: 36-45
Wiebel C, Aguilar G, Maertens M. (2016) Measuring perceptual scales of perceived surface lightness: a comparison between MLDS and matching Journal of Vision. 16: 817
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