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Bernstein polynomials for adaptive evolutionary prediction of short-term time series

Bernstein polynomials for adaptive evolutionary prediction of short-term time series
We introduce a short-term time series prediction model by means of evolutionary algorithms and Bernstein polynomials. This adapts Bernstein-type algebraic skeletons to extrapolate and predict short time series. A mixed smoothing strategy is used to achieve the necessary balance between the roughness of the algebraic prediction and the smoothness of the moving average. Computational experiments with standardized real world time series illustrate the accuracy of this approach to short-term prediction.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S1568494618300085

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