Econometric Information Recovery in Behavioral Networks
AbstractIn this paper, we suggest an approach to recovering behavior-related, preference-choice network information from observational data. We model the process as a self-organized behavior based random exponential network-graph system. To address the unknown nature of the sampling model in recovering behavior related network information, we use the Cressie-Read (CR) family of divergence measures and the corresponding information theoretic entropy basis, for estimation, inference, model evaluation, and prediction. Examples are included to clarify how entropy based information theoretic methods are directly applicable to recovering the behavioral network probabilities in this fundamentally underdetermined ill posed inverse recovery problem. View Full-Text
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Judge, G. Econometric Information Recovery in Behavioral Networks. Econometrics 2016, 4, 38.
Judge G. Econometric Information Recovery in Behavioral Networks. Econometrics. 2016; 4(3):38.Chicago/Turabian Style
Judge, George. 2016. "Econometric Information Recovery in Behavioral Networks." Econometrics 4, no. 3: 38.
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