The 10th lab seminar in the second semester
This lab seminar was given by Mr. Kita (B4) and Ms. Arum (M2).
Mr. Kita’s research aims to clarify Japanese people’s willingness to use fully automated driving and ride-sharing, which is expected to expand with the spread of automated driving, through SP survey questionnaires.
Ms. Arum is conducting an analysis of factors affecting land prices in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area by station walking distance. Here, a multilevel model is used to analyze a hierarchical sample in order to take into account correlations among adjacent neighborhoods. The results were compared with the conventional single level model and tested with the intraclass correlation coefficients (ICC) and the log-likelihood test, which showed that the multilevel model was superior.