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Zero-order Process June 8, 2007

Posted by jyu in Qualifying.
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Past behavior does not affect the future outcome.  In marketing, the zero order hypothesis holds that the brands you will purchase next wil not depend on the brands you have purchased before. That means you have a fixed probability of purchase.  Contrast it to the first order process when the outcome at time t-1 changes the outcome at time t.

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