The 16th Behaviour Modelling Summer School 2017


This year, five members (three M1 students and two B4 students) from Fukuda Laboratory participated in the Behaviour Modelling Summer School as a Tokyo Tech team.

Based on the Yokohama Probe Person data, we worked on the construction of a “destination selection model for lone travelers,” which investigates how lone travelers select their destinations. We examined the necessary data and models by considering how single customers select their destinations, specifically, whether they select stores or zones. As a result, we were not able to obtain valid results due to the small sample size and large number of explanatory variables. Let’s try again next year!

Reference HP: UTokyo Behaviour in Networks Studies Unit > Seminars > 2017 > Behaviour Modelling Summer School 2017



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