2 edition of Hierarchical destination choices found in the catalog.
Hierarchical destination choices
A. Stewart Fotheringham
Bibliography: p. 45-46.
|Statement||by A. Stewart Fotheringham.|
|Series||Working papers of the N.I.D.I -- no. 69, Working paper (Nederlands Interuniversitair Demografisch Instituut) -- no. 69|
|LC Classifications||HB1952 F68 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
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Equation (1) is used to derive two destination choice models, a gravity model and a competing destinations model. The latter model is also shown to be justified when the destination choice process is hierarchical, that is, when a cluster of destinations is first selected and then an individual destination from within the selected cluster is chosen.
A discussion is presented of several destination choice models that are more accurately specified than the gravity formulation when destination choice is hierarchical. The recently derived competing destinations formulation is shown to be amongst the most useful in this respect.
The discussion is framed in the context of discrete choice by: A discussion is presented of several destination choice models that are more accurately specified than the gravity formulation when destination choice is hierarchical. The recently derived competing destinations formulation is shown to be amongst the most useful in this respect.
The discussion is framed in the context of discrete choice theory. by individuals making a destination choice, the model in equation (1) is a gross misspecification of reality. Considerable evidence suggests that hierarchical decision. Hierarchical destination choice and spatial interaction modelling: A simulation experiment Article (PDF Available) in Environment and Planning A 33(5) February with Reads.
Hierarchical destination choice and spatial interaction modelling: a simulation experiment. Hierarchical decisionmaking violates the Independence from Irrelevant Alternatives property embedded in the theoretical derivation of the production-constrained gravity model from choice axioms.
Various aspects of gravity model misspecification resulting from hierarchical destination choice are investigated and an empirical example is given in Author: A S Fotherlngham. Books shelved as hierarchy: The Tyrant's Tomb by Rick Riordan, The Ecology of Freedom: The Emergence and Dissolution of Hierarchy by Murray Bookchin, The.
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Unlike previous destination choice models, which have mainly focused on unidimensional aspects of destination choices, including the push-pull model, the allocentric–psychocentric theory, the escape-seeking theory (Ross and Iso-Aloha, ) and the TCL (Pearce, ), the current study aims to apply a different spectrum of destination choices of tourists by integrating the choice by: 8.
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This paper seeks to explore the relationship between mode and destination choice in an integrated nested choice model. A fundamental argument can be made that in certain circumstances, the ordering of choices should be reversed from the usual sequence of destination choice preceding mode choice.
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A fundamental argument can be made that in certain circumstances, the ordering of choices should be reversed from the usual sequence of destination choice preceding mode choice. This results in a travel demand model where travelers are more likely to change destinations than Cited by:.
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