Modeling Diversified Preference for Flowers

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1. Introduction With the maturity of the consumers' life, its importance is growingly recognized to measure and characterize their diversified preference of consumers. Here, we extend Thurstone's classical model (1927) expressing the discrimination of two stimuli and develop a unified maximum likelihood procedure. It can analyze various types of preference… (More)

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