CB/U4 Topic 4 Choice models: Conjunctive, Disjunctive rule, Lexicographic Rule

Conjunctive rule: A minimally acceptable cut off point is established for each attribute. The brands are evaluated, and, the brand that falls below the minimally acceptable limit on any of the attributes is eliminated/rejected.

Disjunctive rule: a minimally acceptable cut off point is established for each attribute. The brands are evaluated, and, the brand that falls above the cut off point on any of the attributes is selected.

Lexicographic rule: The various attributes are ranked in terms of perceived importance. First, the brands are evaluated on the attribute that is considered the most important. If a brand ranks considerably high than the others on this attribute, it is selected. In case the scores are competitive, the process may be repeated with the attribute considered next in importance.

Sometimes the application of one rule may not be enough; And another may also be applied to reach a final decision.

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