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On balance, the (1,35) combination was considered “best” and therefore retained for further analysis. 3 ARMA methodology ARMA models are particularly useful when information is limited to a single stationary series,8 or when economic theory is not useful. They are a “highly reﬁned curve-ﬁtting device that uses current and past values of the dependent variable to produce accurate short-term forecasts” (Hanke and Reitsch, 1998: 407). The ARMA methodology does not assume any particular pattern in a time series, but uses an iterative approach to identify a possible model from a general class of models.
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Wnj ) so that wij represents the strength of the connection between the input xt[i] and the processing unit bj . There may also be the input bias ϕj modulated by the weight w0j associated with the inputs. The total input of the node bj is the dot product between vectors A and Wj , less the weighted bias. , 1998). 9) The modelling process begins by assigning random values to the weights. The output value of the processing unit is passed on to the output layer. If the output is optimal, the process is halted, if not, the weights are adjusted and the process continues until an optimal solution is found.