Accounting for similarities between alternatives in discrete choice models based on high-resolution observations of transport behaviour

@inproceedings{Schuessler2010AccountingFS,
  title={Accounting for similarities between alternatives in discrete choice models based on high-resolution observations of transport behaviour},
  author={Nadine Schuessler},
  year={2010}
}
In transport research, discrete choice models are used to represent many aspects of travel behaviour. They model the choice of a decision-maker who is confronted with a set of discrete alternatives and chooses the alternative that maximises his or her utility. Discrete choice models give analysts and political decision-makers the opportunity to asses the impacts of infrastructure schemes and transportation policies in different scenarios with relatively low effort. Considering the scale of… CONTINUE READING

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