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|Title: ||The role of Occam's razor in activity based modeling|
|Authors: ||MOONS, Elke|
|Issue Date: ||2002|
|Citation: ||Computational Intelligent System for Applied Research: proceedings of the 5th International FLINS Conference, September 16-18 Gent. p. 153-162.|
|Series/Report: ||FLINS 2002|
|Abstract: ||This paper reports the results of a study conducted to assess the impact of the number of attibutes on the accuracy of tree induction algorithm and to find a good criterion to select the final model. To that effect, activity-travel diary data collected in the Netherlands are used for analysis. The results indicate that significantly smaller trees can be derived with a maximum loss of 2% in accuracy. Transport variables appear to be the most discriminating attributes in order to determine the transport mode chosen for work-related trips. For non-work tours, household characteristics are most important for this purpose.|
|ISI #: ||000186233300020|
|Type: ||Proceedings Paper|
|Validation: ||ecoom, 2004|
|Appears in Collections: ||Research publications|
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