Weber-Fechner law

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(psychophysics) the concept that the magnitude of a subjective sensation increases proportional to the logarithm of the stimulus intensity

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Dehaene, "The neural basis of the weber-fechner law: a logarithmic mental number line," Trends in Cognitive Sciences, vol.
These spatial contrast measures are usually derived from Weber-Fechner law, Michelson contrast measure [5], or Contrast Ratio (CR).
The first group comprises relations derived from the psychophysics laws, for example, a logarithmic relationship between QoE and QoS derived from the well known psychological Weber-Fechner Law (WFL) [9].
According to the Weber-Fechner Law, if we randomly sample a statistically large number of responses, we will find that about 30.10 percent of them will have a stimulus level starting with a leading digit of 1.