using diffusion models
Use diffusion theory views technology adoption as a process that can lead to widely different patterns of use across a given population of potential users; these models use measures of frequency and variety to characterize and describe such usage patterns.
由 CN White 著作The diffusion model is a theory of simple, two-choice decisions. The model assumes that noisy evidence is accumulated over time until a criterial amount has ... 2010 被引用 237 次 —
由 V Lerche 著作The diffusion model (Ratcliff, 1978) takes into account the reaction time distributions of both correct and erroneous responses from binary ... 2016 被引用 82 次 —
2021年7月16日 — Diffusion models work by corrupting the training data by progressively adding Gaussian noise, slowly wiping out details in the data until it ...
Reaction–diffusion models have been used over decades to study biological systems. In this context, evolution equations for probability distribution functions ...
由 S Radas 著作One of the challenges of diffusion modeling is to incorporate external influences in models, most notably the influence of marketing mix variables. This paper ... 2005 被引用 56 次 —
由 D Fudenberg 著作The drift-diffusion model (DDM) has been widely used in psychology and neuroeconomics to explain observed patterns of choices and response ... 2020 被引用 3 次 —
由 I Bernhardt 著作This paper analyzes some of the problems involved in using diffusion models to formulate marketing strategies for introducing new products. 1972 被引用 125 次 —
由 I Bernhardt 著作First, there is no theory for adoption and diffusion processes. Such a theory is outlined in this paper. Secondly, the present models are too restrictive and do ... 1972 被引用 125 次 —
由 M Shinn 著作The drift-diffusion model (DDM) is an important decision-making model in cognitive neuroscience. However, innovations in model form have ... 2020 被引用 14 次 —