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Some Empirical Tests of the Predictive Strength of Three Multi-attribute Preference Models

  • K. J. Veldhuisen

Abstract

The research, for which the empirical tests have been carried out, is directed at the design of residential situations for which the utility of the user(s) is optimal. The ultimate objective is to produce residential situations by CAD, optimising the user’s utilities measured through interactive Computer Assisted Data Collection. As residential situations usually are judged on a considerable number of properties, we have to establish the utilities that people (may) derive from those properties and the way they integrate these utilities into judgements of residential situations as a whole.

Keywords

Magnitude Estimation Attribute Level Functional Measurement Multiplicative Model Combination Rule 
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© Willem E. Saris and Irmtraud N. Gallhofer 1988

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