Sequential methods for user choices: tests and properties applied to a panel database

G. Chilà
2008 Urban Transport XIV   unpublished
Systematic observation is an important method for measuring behaviour. Sequential techniques applied to systematic observation allow temporal analysis of the user choice process. In this work, we propose a sequential analysis of a sample family related to the number of vehicles owned. An analysis of recorded data is presented in order to ascertain whether current decisions are directly influenced by the most recent previous decisions. Results obtained by the test application are presented in the paper.
doi:10.2495/ut080121 fatcat:4exovrgpkfctvhubsc2vdcqw7q