2 edition of Monte Carlo study of metric and nonmetric estimation methods for multiattribute models found in the catalog.
Monte Carlo study of metric and nonmetric estimation methods for multiattribute models
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 25-26).
|Statement||Philippe Cattin and Dick R. Wittink.|
|Series||Research paper -- no. 341, Research paper (Stanford University. Graduate School of Business) -- no. 341.|
|Contributions||Wittink, Dick R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
Several nonmetric multidimensional scaling random ranking studies are discussed in response to the preceding article (TM ). The choice of a starting configuration is discussed and the use of principal component analysis in obtaining such a configuration is . It randomly generates different simulated data samples (“simulated experiments”), and uses the Monte Carlo parameter sampling method to estimate a and b for each sample, and also calculates the one-standard-deviation uncertainties based on the Hessian and fmin plus a half method.
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Monte Carlo methods, or Monte Carlo experiments, are a broad class of computational algorithms that rely on repeated random sampling to obtain numerical results. The underlying concept is to use randomness to solve problems that might be deterministic in principle.
They are often used in physical and mathematical problems and are most useful when it is difficult or impossible to use other. Often MONANOVA, a nonmetric technique, is applied to a preference rank order ob Alternative Estimation Methods for Conjoint Analysis: A Monté Carlo Study - Dick R.
Wittink, Philippe Cattin, Skip to main contentCited by: Several procedures for estimating the parameters in a model of preference formation have been developed and applied in the past decade. Four methods are compared based on synthetic rank order data. The results indicate that one nonmetric procedure suffersgreatly from "local optimum" problems, and is only marginally different in performance from.
The authors thank Richard M. Johnson and Albert R. Wildt for their helpful comments on the original paper, “A Monte Carlo Comparison of Metric and Nonmetric Procedures for Multiattribute Models,” available as Research Paper No. Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, Cited by: Nonmetric procedures have been developed and are used because the observations on the criterion variable (e.g., a judge's evaluation of ob- jects) are often nonmetric, i.e., less than interval-scaled (e.g., ranks or paired comparisons).
A Monte Carlo study of metric and non-metric estimation methods for multiattribute models. Research Paper Cited by: 3. The use of simpler metric methods instead of more complex non-metric ones has been subject of many empirical and simulation studies which indicate that metric and non-metric estimation procedures.
their helpful comments on the original paper, "A Monte Carlo Comparison of Metric and Nonmetric Procedures for Multiattribute Models," available as Research Paper No.Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, comprehensive overview of the state of art in the application of conjoint analysis in consumer research.
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