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A latent class probit model for analyzing pick any/N data

(1991) JOURNAL OF CLASSIFICATION. 8(1). p.45-63
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A latent class probit model is developed in which it is assumed that the binary data of a particular subject follow a finite mixture of multivariate Bernoulli distributions. An EM algorithm for fitting the model is described and a Monte Carlo procedure for testing the number of latent classes that is required for adequately describing the data is discussed. In the final section, an application of the latent class probit model to some intended purchase data for residential telecommunication devices is reported.
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REPRESENTATION, SEGMENTATION, THRESHOLD-MODEL, MAXIMUM-LIKELIHOOD, MARKET SEGMENTATION, MONTE-CARLO SIGNIFICANCE TEST, EM ALGORITHM, FINITE MIXTURE DISTRIBUTION, LATENT CLASS ANALYSIS, PROBIT MODEL

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De Soete, Geert, and W Desarbo. “A Latent Class Probit Model for Analyzing Pick any/N Data.” JOURNAL OF CLASSIFICATION 8.1 (1991): 45–63. Print.
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De Soete, G., & Desarbo, W. (1991). A latent class probit model for analyzing pick any/N data. JOURNAL OF CLASSIFICATION, 8(1), 45–63.
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De Soete, Geert, and W Desarbo. 1991. “A Latent Class Probit Model for Analyzing Pick any/N Data.” Journal of Classification 8 (1): 45–63.
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De Soete, Geert, and W Desarbo. 1991. “A Latent Class Probit Model for Analyzing Pick any/N Data.” Journal of Classification 8 (1): 45–63.
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De Soete G, Desarbo W. A latent class probit model for analyzing pick any/N data. JOURNAL OF CLASSIFICATION. 1991;8(1):45–63.
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G. De Soete and W. Desarbo, “A latent class probit model for analyzing pick any/N data,” JOURNAL OF CLASSIFICATION, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 45–63, 1991.
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  author       = {De Soete, Geert and Desarbo, W},
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  keywords     = {REPRESENTATION,SEGMENTATION,THRESHOLD-MODEL,MAXIMUM-LIKELIHOOD,MARKET SEGMENTATION,MONTE-CARLO SIGNIFICANCE TEST,EM ALGORITHM,FINITE MIXTURE DISTRIBUTION,LATENT CLASS ANALYSIS,PROBIT MODEL},
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  title        = {A latent class probit model for analyzing pick any/N data},
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