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Choice probabilities and correlations in closed-form route choice models: specifications and drawbacks

@inproceedings{Tinessa2021ChoicePA,
  title={Choice probabilities and correlations in closed-form route choice models: specifications and drawbacks},
  author={Fiore Tinessa and Vittorio Marzano and Andrea Papola},
  year={2021}
}
This paper investigates the performance – in terms of choice probabilities and correlations – of existing and new specifications of closed-form route choice models with flexible correlation patterns, namely the Link Nested Logit (LNL), the Paired Combinatorial Logit (PCL) and the more recent Combination of Nested Logit (CoNL) models. Following a consolidated track in the literature, choice probabilities and correlations of the Multinomial Probit (MNP) model by (Daganzo & Sheffi, 1977) are taken… 

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