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Discrete Choice Models

Dealing with Correlations in Discrete Choice Models

Dealing with Correlations in Discrete Choice Models

... car-type choice (due to the nature of the definition of the alternatives) and derived elasticities as well as willingness to pay indicators, and market shares in different future policy ...of discrete ...

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Duality in dynamic discrete-choice models

Duality in dynamic discrete-choice models

... between choice probabilities and payoffs in discrete-choice ...dynamic discrete-choice and optimal matching ...dynamic discrete-choice ...dynamic ...

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Duality in dynamic discrete choice models

Duality in dynamic discrete choice models

... One common technique used in the literature to estimate dynamic discrete choice models with non-standard distribution of unobservables is the Simulated Maximum Likelihood (SML). Our MTA method has a ...

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A practical test for the choice of mixing distribution in discrete choice models

A practical test for the choice of mixing distribution in discrete choice models

... of discrete choice models to analyze transportation demand is their disaggregate nature, allowing them to capture heterogeneity in the population under ...the choice context, defined for ...

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Bayesian Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Choice Models

Bayesian Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Choice Models

... programming, discrete choice models, Markov chain Monte ...DYNAMIC DISCRETE CHOICE (DDC) models has become increasingly popular in empirical ...DDC models is appealing ...

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On Price and Income Effects in Discrete Choice Models

On Price and Income Effects in Discrete Choice Models

... to discrete choice, the results on price and income effects that in classical consumer theory are provided by ...duality. Discrete choice models are usually derived from the assumption ...

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Enhancing discrete choice models with representation learning

Enhancing discrete choice models with representation learning

... Discrete choice models generally assume that model specification is known a ...estimating choice models in which the systematic part of the utility specification is divided into an ...

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Identification of structural dynamic discrete choice models

Identification of structural dynamic discrete choice models

... agent’s choice problem is static in the terminal period and therefore one can identify using data from terminal period the distribution of unobserved state variables and other structural objects by applying ...

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Airport Choice in a Constraint World: Discrete Choice Models and Capacity Constraints

Airport Choice in a Constraint World: Discrete Choice Models and Capacity Constraints

... in discrete choice models without at least some capacity-related variables missing, like ...Airport choice models often do not contain air fares because of measurement difficulties as ...

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Airport Choice in a Constraint World: Discrete Choice Models and Capacity Constraints

Airport Choice in a Constraint World: Discrete Choice Models and Capacity Constraints

... in discrete choice models without at least some capacity-related variables missing, like ...Airport choice models often do not contain air fares because of measurement difficulties as ...

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Time and income constraints in discrete choice models with an application to mode choice

Time and income constraints in discrete choice models with an application to mode choice

... In this paper, we will discuss a special case of demand models, namely discrete choice models. The paper contains a theoretical part and an empirical part. In the former, we discuss how income ...

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Random Projection Estimation of Discrete-Choice Models With Large Choice Sets

Random Projection Estimation of Discrete-Choice Models With Large Choice Sets

... of discrete-choice models with high-dimensional choice ...multinomial choice model; the estima- tion procedure is semi-parametric and does not require explicit distributional assump- ...

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CiteSeerX — ACCOUNTING FOR STOCHASTIC VARIABLES IN DISCRETE CHOICE MODELS

CiteSeerX — ACCOUNTING FOR STOCHASTIC VARIABLES IN DISCRETE CHOICE MODELS

... Experimental evidence suggests that discrepancies between the values measured by the modeller and experienced by the individuals can lead to incorrect parameter estimates. On the other hand, there is, as usual, an ...

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Choosing among Discrete Choice Models for Voting Behavior

Choosing among Discrete Choice Models for Voting Behavior

... four discrete choice ...these models pertains to the outcome ...a choice of a party among all alternatives within a set of person-choice ...

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Identification of Time Preferences in Dynamic Discrete Choice Models: Exploiting Choice Restrictions

Identification of Time Preferences in Dynamic Discrete Choice Models: Exploiting Choice Restrictions

... Dynamic discrete choice models are used to estimate the behaviour of economic agents and analyse counterfactual policies in numerous ...these models, as it determines the reactions to expected ...

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The role of the reference alternative in the specification of asymmetric discrete choice models

The role of the reference alternative in the specification of asymmetric discrete choice models

... stated choice experiment carried out among Swiss logistics ...stated choice experiment conducted in Brisbane Australia involving respondents travelling from the city to the airport by ...the choice ...

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Discrete choice models as a tool for transit service quality evaluation

Discrete choice models as a tool for transit service quality evaluation

... user choice mechanism, user perceptions about the service in terms of choice should be ...a choice experiment is generally very complex, users have the possibility of expressing more easily their ...

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A Comparison of Methods for Representing Random Taste Heterogeneity in Discrete Choice Models

A Comparison of Methods for Representing Random Taste Heterogeneity in Discrete Choice Models

... This kind of misspecification is particularly damaging when the distribution is it- self of interest as is the case in estimation of the value of travel time, the response to tolls, adoption of a new mode, etc. 1 The ...

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Asymmetric preference formation in willingness to pay estimates in discrete choice models

Asymmetric preference formation in willingness to pay estimates in discrete choice models

... in Discrete Choice Models ABSTRACT: Individuals when faced with choices amongst a number of alternatives often adopt a variety of processing rules, ranging from simple linear to complex non-linear ...

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Risk, Uncertainty and Discrete Choice Models

Risk, Uncertainty and Discrete Choice Models

... route choice, Lam and Small (2001) consider the following attributes of prospects: cost, expected travel time, and variability of travel time measured by the variance (or standard deviation) of travel ...

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