Investigation of Intelligent Technologies for Formation Forecasting Models
Keywords:forecasting, genetic algorithm, information technologies, neuro-network group method of data handling, theory of fuzzy sets
AbstractActually much attention is paid to the development of new intelligent information technologies for solving forecasting problems in different subject areas. The goal of solving the problem of forecasting dynamic indicators is in most cases to increase the effectiveness of making managerial decisions in conditions of uncertainty for complex distributed systems, which include economic entities. The modern global business environment dynamically forms new markets, which in turn require the use of new innovative technologies, without which it is impossible to have a competitive efficient economy in general and successful business groups in particular. In paper the research of intellectual information technologies of construction of predictive models on the basis of modified adaptive prediction methods is carried out: a neuro-network group method of data handling and a hybrid genetic algorithm with fuzzy predictive block with the purpose of justification of their use for different subject areas. Exactly these technologies are relevant and promising for improving the accuracy of forecasts.
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