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VELASQUEZ HENAO, JUAN DAVID; ZAMBRANO PEREZ, CRISTIAN OLMEDO  e  FRANCO CARDONA, CARLOS JAIME. A COMPARISON OF EXPONENTIAL SMOOTHING AND NEURAL NETWORKS IN TIME SERIES PREDICTION. Dyna rev.fac.nac.minas [online]. 2013, vol.80, n.182, pp.66-73. ISSN 0012-7353.

In this article, we compare the accuracy of the forecasts for the exponential smoothing (ES) approach and the radial basis function neural networks (RBFNN) when three nonlinear time series with trend and seasonal cycle are forecasted. In addition, we consider the recommendations of preprocessing by eliminating the trend and seasonal cycle using simple and seasonal differentiation. Finally, we use forecast combining for determining if there is complementary information between the forecasts of the individual models. Our numerical evidence supports the following conclusions: ES models have a better fit but lower predictive power than the RBFNN; detrending and deseasonality allows the RBFNN to fit and forecast with more accuracy than the RBFNN trained with the original dataset; there is no evidence of information complementarity in the forecasts such that the methodology of forecasts combination is not able to predict with more accuracy than the RBFNN and ES methodologies.

Palavras-chave : Forecasts combination; nonlinear models; artificial neural networks; nonlinear time series.

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