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Using association rules for product assortment decisions: a case study
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This study integrates the discovery of frequent itemsets with a (microeconomic) model for product selection (PROFSET). Expand
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Explaining variation in safety performance of roundabouts.
The conversion of an intersection into a roundabout has been proven to reduce generally the number of crashes with injuries or fatalities. However, evaluation studies frequently showed considerableExpand
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Studying the effect of weather conditions on daily crash counts using a discrete time-series model.
In previous research, significant effects of weather conditions on car crashes have been found. However, most studies use monthly or yearly data and only few studies are available analyzing theExpand
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Building an Association Rules Framework to Improve Product Assortment Decisions
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In this paper, we tackle the problem of product assortment analysis and we introduce a concrete microeconomic integer-programming model for product selection (PROFSET). Expand
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Road safety risk evaluation and target setting using data envelopment analysis and its extensions.
Currently, comparison between countries in terms of their road safety performance is widely conducted in order to better understand one's own safety situation and to learn from those best-performingExpand
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An evaluation of graduated driver licensing programs in North America using a meta-analytic approach.
Most jurisdictions in North America have some version of graduated driver licensing (GDL). A sound body of evidence documenting the effectiveness of GDL programs in reducing collisions, fatalitiesExpand
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Benchmarking road safety: lessons to learn from a data envelopment analysis.
Road safety performance indicators (SPI) have recently been proposed as a useful instrument in comparing countries on the performance of different risk aspects of their road safety system. In thisExpand
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Defining interestingness for association rules
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Interestingness in Association Rules has been a major topic of research in the past decade. Expand
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Integrating Bayesian networks and decision trees in a sequential rule-based transportation model
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This paper reports the findings of a methodological study that was conducted in the context of Albatross, which is a sequential rule based model of activity scheduling behaviour. Expand
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Injury crashes with bicyclists at roundabouts: influence of some location characteristics and the design of cycle facilities.
PROBLEM Previous research indicated that conversions of intersections into roundabouts appear to increase the number of injury crashes with bicyclists. However, it was assumed that the effectivenessExpand
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