DOI: https://doi.org/10.30977/AT.2219-8342.2016.38.0.21

МУЛЬТИНОМІНАЛЬНА ЛОГІТ-МОДЕЛЬ ВИБОРУ ШЛЯХУ ВЕЛОСИПЕДИСТАМИ

O. Chernyshova

Анотація


Розглянуто мультиномінальну логіт-модель, що дозволяє визначити коефіцієнти параметрів шляху велосипедного транспорту. Кількість регульованих перехресть, швидкість моторизованого транспорту і загальна фізична робота велосипедиста виявились значущими факторами. Модель дозволяє краще зрозуміти закономірності розподілу велосипедного транспорту


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велосипедний транспорт; моделі дискретного вибору; моделювання; мульти-номінальна логіт-модель; вибор шляху; фізична робота; метод маркування

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