Alternative Models for Describing Spatial Dependence among Dwelling Selling Prices
AbstractIn this article different spatial statistics techniques to analyze the behavior of used dwelling market prices are compared. We fit two lattice models: simultaneous and conditional autoregressive, a geostatistical model, the so-called universal kriging and finally, a linear mixed-effect model. Different spatial neighborhood structures are considered, as well as different spatial weight matrices and covariance models. The results are illustrated through a real data set of 293 properties from Pamplona, Spain.
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Volume (Year): 29 (2004)
Issue (Month): 2 (09)
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