One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Attributive, usually in "Weber–Fechner law". Designating a law stating that the smallest perceptible increase in a stimulus is a constant proportion of the initial stimulus (also called Weber's law); (also) designating a law stating that the strength of a sensation is a logarithmic function of the strength of the stimulus (also called Fechner's law).
Late 19th century. From the name of Ernst Heinrich Weber + the name of Gustav Theodor Fechner.
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