Bibliography: p. 161-195.
|Statement||[by] Paul E. Green [and] Frank J. Carmone.|
|Series||Marketing Science Institute series|
|Contributions||Carmone, Frank J., Marketing Science Institute.|
|LC Classifications||HF5415.3 .G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 203 p.|
|Number of Pages||203|
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Description: This book introduces multidimensional scaling (MDS) and unfolding as data analysis techniques for applied researchers. MDS is used for the analysis of proximity data on a set of objects, representing the data as distances between points in . book deals with multidimensional scaling and related techniques, a relatively new, computer-based methodology for analyzing marketing behavior. Although the technique as described by Green and Carmone applies to marketing situations, the underlying theories were originally formulated in the behavioral : Frank J. CARMONE and Paul E. GREEN. Following a Journal of Marketing Research article (Green & Carmone, ) comparing three different computer programmes available at the time, Green and Carmone () wrote a book specifically on “multidimensional scaling and related techniques in marketing analysis.” Thus, by , MDS was well on its way into marketing research in Cited by: Multidimensional Scaling, Second Edition extends the popular first edition and brings it up to date. It concisely but comprehensively covers the area, summarizing the mathematical ideas behind the various techniques and illustrating the techniques with real-life examples. A computer disk containing programs and data sets accompanies the by:
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