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A Comparison of Criteria to Design Efficient Choice Experiments

- R. Kessels, P. Goos, M. Vandebroek
- Mathematics
- 1 August 2006

To date, no attempt has been made to design efficient choice experiments by means of the G- and V-optimality criteria. These criteria are known to make precise response predictions, which is exactly… Expand

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A Mixed Integer Programming Model for Solving a Layout Problem in the Fashion Industry

- Z. Degraeve, M. Vandebroek
- Mathematics
- 1 March 1998

The cutting operation in the high fashion clothing industry essentially involves putting several layers of cloth on a long cutting table and fixing templates of the parts of several articles on top… Expand

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Outperforming Completely Randomized Designs

- P. Goos, M. Vandebroek
- Mathematics
- 1 January 2004

Split-plot designs have become increasingly popular in industrial experimentation because some of the factors under investigation are often hard-to-change. It is well-known that the resulting… Expand

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An Efficient Algorithm for Constructing Bayesian Optimal Choice Designs

Recently, Kessels et al. (2006) developed a way to produce Bayesian G- and V-optimal designs for the multinomial logitmodel. These designs allow for precise response predictions which is the goal of… Expand

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D-Optimal Split-Plot Designs With Given Numbers and Sizes of Whole Plots

- P. Goos, M. Vandebroek
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- Technometrics
- 1 August 2003

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Quantifying benefit-risk preferences for new medicines in rare disease patients and caregivers

- T. Morel, S. Aymé, D. Cassiman, S. Simoens, M. Morgan, M. Vandebroek
- Medicine
- Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases
- 26 May 2016

BackgroundRare disease patients and caregivers face uncommon, serious, debilitating conditions often characterised by poor prognosis and limited treatment options. This study aimed to explore what… Expand

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Models and Optimal Designs for Conjoint Choice Experiments Including a No-Choice Option

In a classical conjoint choice experiment, respondents choose one profile from each choice set that has to be evaluated. However, in real life the respondent does not always make a choice: often… Expand

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Practical Inference from Industrial Split-Plot Designs

- P. Goos, Ivan Langhans, M. Vandebroek
- Mathematics
- 1 April 2006

In many industrial response surface experiments, some of the factors investigated are not reset independently. The resulting experimental design then is of the split-plot type, and the observations… Expand

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The usefulness of Bayesian optimal designs for discrete choice experiments

- R. Kessels, Bradley Jones, P. Goos, M. Vandebroek
- Computer Science, Economics
- 1 May 2011

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A comparison of variational approximations for fast inference in mixed logit models

- Nicolas Depraetere, M. Vandebroek
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- Comput. Stat.
- 1 March 2017

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