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Evaluation of Micro EV's Spreading to Local Community by Multinomial Logit Model
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Evaluation of Micro EV's Spreading to Local Community by Multinomial Logit Model
Seki, Yoichi; Manrique, Luis C.; Amagai, Kenji; Takarada, Takayuki;
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Micro Electric Vehicles are considered as a solution for reducing emissions, however, it is difficult to evaluate its impact in a local community when it has been introduced. In this study, we evaluated how to spread the Micro EV within the community, using the utility derived from a multinomial logit model, and analyze the effect on emissions. The householder's utility model is based on an investigation about Kiryu citizen's activities of shopping, transportation methods, etc. Using the geographic information system, we get the distances of each householder and the stores, and estimate a multinomial logit model about the combination choices of shopping stores and transportation method.
Multinomial Logit Model;Direct Product Alternatives;Utility; Emission;Geographic Information System;Data Mining;
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