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One-way vehicle relocate car-sharing system analysis : Revenue improvement verified in accordance with the event
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One-way vehicle relocate car-sharing system analysis : Revenue improvement verified in accordance with the event
Kim, Woong; Lee, Chul-Ung;
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In this paper, One-way car-sharing System represents the verification system consider events in revenue effects. Revenue which the time and distance represented the graph, compare one-way vehicle relocate car-sharing system which proven in existing international papers with one-way vehicle relocate car-sharing system consider the event currently in the Korea. Especially, The maximum profit according to the distance and time were assessed through multiple linear regression analysis, and there are probable maximum loss allow for the maximum loss. The company suggested using the event as a discount coupon to customers through various marketing strategies, and then focused on increasing customer demand. So, Correlation analysis to determine the maximum revenue of the actual travel distance and time were carried out through Non-linear Regression.
MIP;Multiple linear regression analysis;One-way Car-Sharing;PML;The event;
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