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Bass Model Parameter Estimation Using Regression?
Posted by Anonymous on
11/5/2018 at 9:46 AM ET
Hi, I am trying to find a clear explanation for using regression to estimate the p and q parameters for Bass diffusion modeling. I understand regression and have reviewed a few papers that discuss parameter estimation but it seems I am missing something. I would be grateful if someone could give a procedure for conducting the analysis (applied method instead of theoretical). Thank you!
11/6/2018 at 11:01 PM
Ha! The great conundrum. I found this "While the literature proposes a number of assumptions or estimates for these values, to the best of our knowledge, no critical review seems available that investigates how and whether practitioners may ﬁnd a practical solution to the proper quantiﬁcation of p and q." - in a paper on using the Bass diffusion model to forecast sales of electric vehicles in German, 2015,
which may be helpful.
11/6/2018 at 11:03 PM
sorry, that should say:
Ha! The great conundrum. I found this "While the literature proposes a number of assumptions or estimates for these values, to the best of our knowledge, no critical review seems available that investigates how and whether practitioners may find a practical solution to the proper quantification of p and q." - in a paper on using the Bass diffusion model to forecast sales of electric vehicles in German, 2015,
which may be helpful.
12/5/2018 at 5:35 PM
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