In order to establish an objective method of evaluating ladies’ garment fabrics by connecting the mechanical properties of ladies’ garment fabrics to subjective evaluation, subjective assessments were examined by judges who work at textile mills or in the textile trade. We examined a method of deriving objective equations, a total hand value (THV) equation and a total appearance value (TAV) equation. The THV equation was derived directly from the mechanical properties of the fabrics and the TAV equation was derived from three mechanical parameters which are related to the beauty of garment appearance. In the case of the THV objective equation, the accuracy of regression was high within the same groups of judges; however, in the case of the TAV objective equation, accuracy was slightly low. Because there were few subjects and that caused deviation, the accuracy of prediction was slightly low; however, the objective evaluation was adequate.
Inoue, T., Niwa, M., Yamashita, Y., Minamide, Y., Inoue, D., Ishikawa, A. and Kawabata, S. (2000), "Assessment of the quality of ladies’ garment fabrics – a preliminary report", International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, Vol. 12 No. 3, pp. 205-213. https://doi.org/10.1108/09556220010373205
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