Consensus and Dissention: Theory and properties
The Likert scale is a popular tool for assessing peoples attitude about various questions. This papers introduces two new measures, Dissension and Consensus, that provide a better statistic for assessing amount of overall agreement in a population when data is extracted from the population using a Likert scale. The measures are applicable to any discrete random variable. © 2005 IEEE.
Annual Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society - NAFIPS
Wierman, Mark J. and Tastle, William J., "Consensus and Dissention: Theory and properties" (2005). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 1915.