demand model

demand model

Health care policy A simplistic model for determining the existence of 'units'–eg pathologists, radiologists, etc, in a system, based on supply dynamics and environmental factors. Cf HMO–extrapolation model, Needs model, Supply model.
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The study is concerned with the statistical estimation of the demand model for the import of broiler chickens in Saudi Arabia as one of the important issues in the field of international trade, and the almost ideal demand System (AIDS) is applied as the most applied demand model in applied fields.
Furthermore, exchange rate is an explanatory variable that has included in the modelling tourism demand model to capture the relationship between the performances of tourist origin country's currency against the performances of destination country's currency with tourists' intention to travel.
The model we employ combines a demand model derived from logit probabilities and monopolistic price setting (Anderson et al.
Following the presentation, Intisar al Wahaibi, director general for Development Planning at the Secretariat General of the Supreme Council for Planning, presented a visual presentation entitled, 'Looking ahead to the future of the Omani economy: the macroeconomic model and the supply and demand model for the labour force'.
With Velodyne supplying a wide range of customers building highly automated vehicles, Renovo's approach stands out as an optimal solution for the scaled deployment of these vehicles operated in an on demand model.'
To make the knowledge demand model in collaborative design process more perfect, it needs to update model from time to time and make use of designing practical experience to improve the knowledge demand model in collaborative design process.
Demand Model. Figure 4 illustrates the major structure of a demand model for computing services.
The report uses a demand model built up with the individual end use markets to arrive at a total North American demand.
Supported by extensive research and grounded in experience through its work with one of the largest client bases within the higher education market, Campus Management's On Demand Model for Higher Education delivers the blueprint for institutional success in this new era.
Moreover, within a simple structural framework, the residual demand model is applied to the German market.
In an open economy framework, a money demand model includes a foreign opportunity cost variable and exchange rate.
The HS2 computer demand model appears to route all journeys to European destinations via London and the HS1 line, thereby apparently implying that there will never be a need for an alternative direct route to Europe from the Midlands and the North.