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We need more than an estimation of the size of the market for our service: As Torrens and Alberti, state: The aim of this article is to present an example of a practical strategy set up in a context of operational research, that led to the creation of a personalised public transport service.

The book also covers the way geographic techniques help to solvemarketing problems and contains chapters written by contributorswith extensive experience in this field; given that it is crucialfor companies to direct their marketing correctly at their targetaudience, this will be indispensable reading for those involved inthis area.

Otras ediciones – Ver todo Geomarketing: Consumer Values Lifestyles and Geographic. Then, individual characteristics and revealed preferences are transformed into quantitative variables, using the Disqual procedure [Saporta,]. Cubic spline functions were used during the calibration process, allowing us to handle the complex relationships showed before.

Indeed, the rate of daily journeys to work decreases, while the rate of leisure trips augments. We can hardly be satisfied with the simple description of a behaviour by its author, given the extreme variability of individual perceptions at work, especially in the spatial and temporal dimensions. As figure 8 show, the computation burden involved by the two non-parametric solutions is worth while, as the classification performance of the procedure is clearly increased.


From this point, the problem of spatial generalisation can then be handled. First, mobility behaviours highlighted this way are by definition limited to the conditions observed during the survey, and can libro be geomarkrting to conditions beyond the observations. This can be achieved using a weighted mean for example: Then, the question is: But this is the case only for a hundred people. It cannot remain on its traditional target, that is daily journeys to work during rush librod, within densely populated areas of towns.

The dominant paradigm of discrete choice modelling, mostly based on revealed preferences geomarketig, was then firmly anchored. To achieve this goal, visual scenarii were proposed, in a strategy exploiting both “ranking-based” et “rating-based” responses.

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Aumentar Original png, 2,5k. Nevertheless, such an improvement would imply a more consistent sample. What we get at the end of this process is an individual probability of belonging to the “good” group that is group with score above 5for nearly five hundred people and not only one hundred of them. Aumentar Original png, 2,2k. Indeed, many bias can occur during stated preference data collection, amongst which we can cite, following [Bradley and Kroes,pp. Aumentar Original png, 10k. Introduction 1 Since a few decades, towns of industrialised countries grow by their outskirts.


European Journal of Geography. It was indeed our belief that we needed very accurate but versatile insights from this rich amount of data. The spread of the individual automobile within the whole society explains much of this trend, which has major spatial impacts.


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Indeed, it sometimes seems quite unreal to propose collective solutions to individual behaviours, due to their complexity and diversity. For the moment, the solutions implemented, based on very simple statistical principles, lead to very poor results.

Brief state of the art 9 The so-called revealed preferences approach, based on an as much as direct apprehension of observable and realised mobility behaviours, has been privileged by economists for a long time [Hensher, ]. Anyway, the early adaptations of Davidson [] and Louviere and his colleagues [] to this field had a weak impact at that time. In our opinion, versatile solutions can greatly contribute se pick up the gauntlet.

He is the author of eight books and numerous articles in national and international journals in the marketing and retailing fields. Railway stations have then become major flow generators, covering schedules seldom served by public transport services early in the morning and late in the evening.

And for nearly four hundred of them, individual characteristics and revealed preferences are only known. Therefore, a strong co-operation geomarrketing the train company is needed, as well as a questionnaire adapted to this time and context. Rice University, p. Furthermore, as individuals gave us their personal address when filling the self-filled questionnaire, a very accurate spatial information was constituted.

However, the major problem of the spatial generalisation of this individual information remains often unsolved.