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forecasting,

n the attempt to predict the future on the basis of expert opinion, market research, trend projection, leading indicators, and other modalities.
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Models should eventually be able to pick up these subtle forecasting hints from the ocean at any time of year.
While that percentage may sound low, it represents the same degree of accuracy achieved now in forecasting temperatures two days in advance.
Demanding "the number" spawns bad forecasting habits that are hard to break, but by insisting on quantified uncertainty and transparent reasoning, financial executives can make a spectacular difference in the company's ability to prepare for the future and harness uncertainty for competitive advantage.
The butterfly effect places a real limit on the accuracy of weather forecasting models.
You will find 145 tables, charts and graphs quantifying, analysing and forecasting the steel market in detail from 2011-2021.
The Pareto Analysis in SYSPRO Forecasting makes this task less daunting by providing insight into the "most important" items on which attention should be focused.
Terra Technology is the leading provider of Real-Time Forecasting and Inventory solutions for consumer goods companies.
SmartForecasts contains award-winning, patented technology for forecasting hard-to-forecast items with intermittent, or "slow-moving", demand.
NASDAQ: MANH), announced the availability of the stand-alone Demand Forecasting component of its Integrated Planning Solutions(TM).
Epidemiology-based forecasting is a transparent and rigorous approach to projecting the sales implications of critical events and overall market evolution.
We are forecasting that the number of DSL subscribers will grow from 97 million on 2005 to 221 million in 2009, a compound annual growth rate of 22 percent.