Moshe Ben-Akiva mainly investigates Econometrics, Discrete choice, Operations research, Simulation and Mode choice. His study in the field of Revealed preference also crosses realms of Index. His research in Discrete choice intersects with topics in Choice set, Latent variable model, Latent variable, Mixed logit and Multinomial logistic regression.
His Operations research research incorporates elements of Microsimulation, Transport engineering, Risk aversion, Mathematical model and Decision rule. His Simulation study incorporates themes from Traffic congestion and Traffic simulation, Traffic flow. As part of his studies on Mode choice, he often connects relevant subjects like Travel behavior.
His primary areas of study are Transport engineering, Operations research, Econometrics, Simulation and Travel behavior. His Operations research study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Representation. His Econometrics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mixed logit and Statistics, Mathematical model.
The concepts of his Simulation study are interwoven with issues in Intelligent transportation system, Mathematical optimization and Traffic simulation. Moshe Ben-Akiva has included themes like Mode choice and Sample in his Travel behavior study. His Discrete choice research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Choice set, Latent variable and Process.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Transport engineering, Context, Operations research, Travel behavior and On demand. His work deals with themes such as Toll road and Truck, which intersect with Transport engineering. Traffic congestion, Data collection, Marketing, Mixed logit and Mode choice are fields of study that intersect with his Context study.
His Mixed logit study deals with Choice set intersecting with Congestion pricing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Statistical hypothesis testing, Duration, Personalization, Focus and Data set in addition to Operations research. Moshe Ben-Akiva has researched Travel behavior in several fields, including Sample, Real-time computing and Global Positioning System.
Moshe Ben-Akiva spends much of his time researching Transport engineering, Context, On demand, Travel behavior and Econometrics. His Transport engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Truck and Service. His Context research incorporates Congestion pricing, Mixed logit, Human–computer interaction, Preference and Mode choice.
His studies deal with areas such as Response rate, Environmental planning and Operations research as well as Travel behavior. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Operations research and Schedule via his papers. The Econometrics study combines topics in areas such as Preference elicitation, Estimation and Consumer behaviour.
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Discrete Choice Analysis: Theory and Application to Travel Demand
Moshe E. Ben-Akiva;Steven R. Lerman.
Discrete choice analysis
Moshe E. Ben-Akiva;Steven R. Lerman.
Discrete Choice Methods and their Applications to Short Term Travel Decisions
Moshe Ben-Akiva;Michel Bierlaire.
Handbook of Transportation Science (1999)
Dynamic network models and driver information systems
Moshe Ben-Akiva;Andre De Palma;Kaysi Isam.
Transportation Research Part A: General (1991)
Activity-based disaggregate travel demand model system with activity schedules
J.L Bowman;M.E Ben-Akiva.
Transportation Research Part A-policy and Practice (2001)
Consideration set influences on consumer decision-making and choice: Issues, models, and suggestions
Allan D. Shocker;Moshe Ben-Akiva;Bruno Boccara;Prakash Nedungadi.
Marketing Letters (1991)
Hybrid choice models : Progress and challenges
Moshe Ben-Akiva;Daniel Mcfadden;Kenneth Train;Joan Walker.
Marketing Letters (2002)
The demand for local telephone service: a fully discrete model of residential calling patterns and service choices
Kenneth E. Train;Daniel L. McFadden;Moshe Ben-Akiva.
The RAND Journal of Economics (1987)
Generalized random utility model
Joan L. Walker;Moshe E. Ben-Akiva.
Mathematical Social Sciences (2002)
Integration of Choice and Latent Variable Models
Moshe Ben-Akiva;Joan Walker;Adriana T. Bernardino;Dinesh A. Gopinath.
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