Path Intrusion Adjustment-to-Baseline is one of the most popular uses of I.DRR.
Path Intrusion A-2-B utilizes 22 studies for this analysis.
What is an Adjustment to Baseline?
Adjustment to baseline (A-2-B) is a method for estimating driver response times. A2B is based upon the theory that response times are additive. Additivity suggests response times increase or decrease by a constant amount (a linear rate) as the response complexity increases and decreases.
So how is A-2-B applied to Path Intrusions?
In this program, research studies are the baseline. When comparing studies, particularly the methodology and reported results, response times changed when the methodology changed. Further, an understanding of the amplitude of the response time change was seen. Applying this knowledge to a forensic setting, if the methodology of the study differs from the scenario being examined, adjustments can be made based upon how response times have changed in past research.