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Theory of conjoint measurement
also called Additive conjoint measurement and has one more synonym

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  1. the quantitative structure of natural attributes can be discovered in the absence of natural concatenation operations

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  2. in n components is simply a generalisation by Krantz, et al, (1971) of the theory of conjoint measurement to n disjoint attributes, where n ≧qslant 3

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  3. a term from the theory of conjoint measurement

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  4. the most general theory of measurement known to science

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  5. Figure Three: An instance of triple cancellation
    Figure Three: An instance of triple cancellation

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