# Independent random utility representations

@article{Suck2002IndependentRU, title={Independent random utility representations}, author={Reinhard Suck}, journal={Mathematical Social Sciences}, year={2002}, volume={43}, pages={371-389} }

- Published in Mathematical Social Sciences 2002
DOI:10.1016/S0165-4896(02)00020-3

Abstract The question of the existence of independent random variables which represent a given set of binary choice data is investigated. It is related to the linear ordering polytope. The subset of it which is independently representable, denoted by I LO n , is characterized for three elements. For the general case, necessary conditions are given and their geometric meaning is discussed. A procedure, called mixture technique, is developed which allows one to construct a new point in I LO n and… CONTINUE READING

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