I am working on a paper that compares two group of people doing the same task. People in group 1 have high productivity while people in group 2 have low productivity. Now, I would like to find a name for each group so that the paper would be easier to read. I thought about: winner vs. loser or elite vs. public, but I feel they are inappropriate for some reasons. Could you please give me some suggestions?
Actually, the subjects are working on software vulnerability discovery. And we can count the number of vulnerabilities discovered by each person. Then, we set a threshold t, and those who found more than t vulnerabilities will be put in the high productivity group and the rest will be put into the low productivity group.
The high productivity group size is much smaller than that of the low productivity group, which is a common phenomenon in many situations (sometime called 20/80 effect). So I am also hoping to reflect this size difference in their names...