An Italian Journal for International and Interdisciplinary Research on Applied Statistics

 

 

Editor: Luigi Fabbris


ISSN: 1125-1964 (print version)
ISSN 2038-5587 (electronic version)

 

Call for Papers for the Special Issue
Graphical Models of

Consumer Behavior


Guest Editors: 

Ron S. Kenett, Shirley Coleman, Roberto Furlan,

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A special issue of the Italian Journal of Applied Statistics (http://sa-ijas.stat.unipd.it

will be devoted to advancements in the field of "graphical models of consumer behavior"

Submissions are invited that advance the current state of the literature and/or promote the 

use of graphical models ranging from visualization methods including advanced Business 

Intelligence (BI) and analytics up to causality models such as Bayesian Networks. 

In particular, manuscripts that foster the transfer of research results into practice are encouraged. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

·      application of causality models to customer surveys and market research

·     integration of models and data sources for increased information quality

·     consumer behavior analysis

·     social media marketing

·     big data visualization through social network analysis

·     graphical models for data analysis, exploration, and visualization

·     impact of graphical methods on data interpretation

All submitted manuscripts will be peer reviewed and have to adhere to the standards of  

the journal. Authors are encouraged to follow the specifications described in "Instructions for 

Authors" available at http://sa-ijas.stat.unipd.it/instruction.htmlTemplates with the journal f

ormat in word or LaTex are available at  http://sa-ijas.stat.unipd.it/submit.html 

The Special Issue Guest Editors are:

Ron S. Kenett, KPA Ltd., Israel, and Department of Mathematics “G. Peano”, University of Turin, Turin, Italy, Ron@kpa-group.com

Shirley Coleman, Industrial Statistics Research Unit, School of Mathematics & Statistics, Newcastle University, UK, Shirley.coleman@ncl.ac.uk

Roberto Furlan, Kantar Health, Epsom, UK, Roberto.Furlan@kantarhealth.com

 

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