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Variations on two-parameter families of forecasting functions: seasonal/nonseasonal Models, comparison to the exponential smoothing and ARIMA models, and applications to stock

by   Nabil Kahouadji, et al.

We introduce twenty four two-parameter families of advanced time series forecasting functions using a new and nonparametric approach. We also introduce the concept of powering and derive nonseasonal and seasonal models with examples in education, sales, finance and economy. We compare the performance of our twenty four models to both Holt–Winters and ARIMA models for both nonseasonal and seasonal times series. We show in particular that our models not only do not require a decomposition of a seasonal time series into trend, seasonal and random components, but leads also to substantially lower sum of absolute error and a higher number of closer forecasts than both Holt–Winters and ARIMA models. Finally, we apply and compare the performance of our twenty four models using five-year stock market data of 467 companies of the S P500.


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