Эконометрическое Моделирование Цены Однокомнатной Квартиры Методом Географически Взвешенной Регрессии
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KeywordsДИФФЕРЕНЦИАЦИЯ ОБЪЕКТОВ; КЛАСТЕРНЫЙ АНАЛИЗ; РЕГРЕССИОННЫЙ АНАЛИЗ; ФИКТИВНЫЕ ПЕРЕМЕННЫЕ; ГЕОГРАФИЧЕСКИ ВЗВЕШЕННАЯ РЕГРЕССИЯ;
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