An anti-ideal point representation of economic discrete choice models
AbstractThe popular mixed logit model, which can closely approximate virtually any other random utility model can be approximated by a more visual, and computationally more tractable, anti-ideal point model.
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Volume (Year): 110 (2011)
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Discrete choice Mixed logit Anti-ideal point Large choice set;
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