Hierarchical forecasting: issues and use guidelines

@article{Fliedner2001HierarchicalFI,
  title={Hierarchical forecasting: issues and use guidelines},
  author={Gene Fliedner},
  journal={Industrial Management and Data Systems},
  year={2001},
  volume={101},
  pages={5-12}
}
  • Gene Fliedner
  • Published in
    Industrial Management and…
    2001
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • In order to provide the appropriate demand forecast information given various managerial levels and functional disciplines within organizations, reliance on family‐based forecasting is increasing. The family‐based approach, sometimes referred to as hierarchical forecasting (HF), is based on a strategy of aggregating items into families. HF systems are capable of providing forecasts for items and their respective families. The objectives of HF systems, include improved forecast performance and a… CONTINUE READING

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