Holt‐Winters Forecasting: Some Practical Issues

@inproceedings{Chatfield1988HoltWintersFS,
  title={Holt‐Winters Forecasting: Some Practical Issues},
  author={Chris Chatfield and Mohammad Yar},
  year={1988}
}
The Holt-Winters forecasting procedure is a variant of exponential smoothing which is simple, yet generally works well in practice, and is particularly suitable for producing short-term forecasts for sales or demand time-series data. Some practical problems in implementing the method are discussed, including the normalisation of seasonal indices, the choice of starting values and the choice of smoothing parameters. There is an important distinction between an automatic and a nonautomatic… CONTINUE READING

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