Meta-learning for time series forecasting and forecast combination

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Lemke, Christiane; Gabrys, Bogdan;

In research of time series forecasting, a lot of uncertainty is still related to the task of selecting an appropriate forecasting method for a problem. It is not only the individual algorithms that are available in great quantities; combination approaches have been equa... View more
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