Forecasting news and blogs

28/05/13

Short-term retail forecasts under the presence of promotions

The Lancaster Centre for Forecasting is continuously engaging in retail forecasting and in particular the effects of retail promotions.

28/05/13

How will changes in shopping requirements affect logistics?

Robert Fildes was a member of a Guardian roundtable discussion of the dramatic changes in both the high street and the internet and how retailers and logistics companies must adapt to increasing demands from customers. 

22/05/13

Research on supply chain information exchange with the University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

Dr Nikolaos Kourentzes visited the University of Castilla-La Mancha in Spain to continue the research collaboration with Dr Juan Trapero Arenas.

Active model combination for time series forecasting 19/05/13

Active model combination for time series forecasting

Devon Barrow obtains his PhD in Forecasting with his thesis entitled 'Active model combination for time series forecasting: an empirical evaluation and extension of Bagging and Boosting'.

14/05/13

Advances in forecasting sporadic and intermittent demand products

Researchers at the Lancaster Centre for Forecasting have investigated ways to improve forecasting performance of intermittent or sporadic demand products.

26/04/13

Forecasting with Collaborative Information: results of a workshop

The Lancaster Centre for Forecasting successfully organised the workshop "Forecasting with Collaborative Information" on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at the Work Foundation.