An improved sales forecasting approach by the integration of genetic fuzzy systems and data clustering: Case study of printed circuit board

@article{Hadavandi2011AnIS,
  title={An improved sales forecasting approach by the integration of genetic fuzzy systems and data clustering: Case study of printed circuit board},
  author={Esmaeil Hadavandi and Hassan Shavandi and Arash Ghanbari},
  journal={Expert Syst. Appl.},
  year={2011},
  volume={38},
  pages={9392-9399}
}
Success in forecasting and analyzing sales for given goods or services can mean the difference between profit and loss for an accounting period and, ultimately, the success or failure of the business itself. Therefore, reliable prediction of sales becomes a very important task. This article presents a novel sales forecasting approach by the integration of genetic fuzzy systems (GFS) and data clustering to construct a sales forecasting expert system. At first, all records of data are categorized… CONTINUE READING

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