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In social sciences it is easy to carry out sensory experiments using say a J-point hedonic scale. One major problem with the J-point hedonic scale is that a conversion from the category scales to numeric scores might not be sensible because the panelists generally view increments on the hedonic scale as psychologically unequal. In the current problem several products are rated by a set of panelists on the Jpoint hedonic scale. One objective is to select the best subset of products and to assessdoi:10.22237/jmasm/1130803920 fatcat:sqrjoxtpwjdcppr2saibuepvqu