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1 SAINTPETERSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY Mathematics & Mechanics Faculty Chair of Analytical Information Systems Garipov Emil Analysis of algorithms of time series analysis for forecasting sales Course Work Scientific supervisor: docent Natalia Grafeeva SaintPetersburg 2014
2 Contents 1. Introduction Motivation Problem statement About the Dataset Software tools Description Time Series Time Series Decomposition Time Series patterns Time Series Decomposition Models Forecasting with decomposition Linear regression ARIMA models Stationarity Autoregressive models Movingaverage models ARMA models Nonseasonal ARIMA model Variations and extensions Summary 9 4. Future plans 10 2
3 1 Introduction 1.1 Motivation Forecasting is required in many situations: deciding whether to build another power generation plant in the next five years requires forecasts of future demand; scheduling staff in a call centre next week requires forecasts of call volumes; planning expenses for company that sells some products requires forecasts of sales in future. Forecasts can be required several years in advance (for the case of capital investments), or only a few minutes beforehand (for telecommunication routing). Forecasting is an important aid to effective and efficient planning. 1.2 Problem statement The purpose of this paper is to study principles of time series analysis. And also to review some of existing approaches and algorithms for forecasting time series that could be helpful in solving in predicting sales. 1.3 About the Dataset Dataset consists of the information of daily sales of a certain product in the restaurant chain of Moscow for five years. It has the data about every restaurant in the chain so we can get results of forecasting for each one in particular. 1.4 Software tools All calculations were performed using a programming language R and the library forecast 3
4 2 Description 2.1 Time Series A time series is a sequence of data points, typically consisting of successive measurements made over a time interval. Time series forecasting is the use of a model to predict future values based on previously observed values. What we need is to find this model that will fit our data. But first, preliminary and exploratory analysis is required. It is necessary to take into consideration some characteristics of our data like: Are there consistent patterns? Is there a significant trend? Is seasonality important? Is there evidence of the presence of business cycles? Are there any outliers in the data that need to be explained? How strong are the relationships among the variables available for analysis? There are several approaches to model time series data. 2.2 Time Series Decomposition Time Series patterns There are three types of time series patterns: Trend A trend exists when there is a longterm increase or decrease in the data. It does not have to be linear. Sometimes we will refer to a trend changing direction when it might go from an increasing trend to a decreasing trend. Seasonal A seasonal pattern exists when a series is influenced by seasonal factors (e.g., the quarter of the year, the month, or day of the week). Seasonality is always of a fixed and known period. Cyclic A cyclic pattern exists when data exhibit rises and falls that are not of fixed period. The duration of these fluctuations is usually of at least 2 years. 4
5 2.2.2 Time Series Decomposition Models Let the time series y t is comprising three components: a seasonal component, a trendcycle component (containing both trend and cycle), and a remainder component (containing anything else in the time series). And we can assume an additive or a multiplicative model. The additive model would be: y t = S t + T t + E t, (1) The multiplicative model would be: y t = S t T t E t, (2) where y t is the data at period t, S t is the seasonal component at period t, T t is the trendcycle component at period t E t is the remainder (or irregular or error) component at period t. Note that we can transform a multiplicative model to an additive by applying log to our data: y t = S t T t E t is equivalent to log y t = log S t + log T t + log E t. There are several methods for obtaining the components S t, T t and E t. For example, STL decomposition (A SeasonalTrend Decomposition Procedure Based on Loess) can be used for this purpose Forecasting with decomposition After decomposing a time series we can separately forecast the seasonal component, S t, and the seasonally adjusted component A t = T t + E t To forecast the seasonally adjusted component A t, any nonseasonal forecasting method may be used. For example, a random walk with drift model, or Holt s method, or a nonseasonal ARIMA model, may be used. [2] To estimate the seasonal component a seasonal naïve method can be used. The method is just simply to take the last year of the estimated component as the seasonal component. Now it is possible to forecast a tome series. Assuming an additive decomposition, the decomposed time series can be written as y t = Ŝt + Ât, where Ŝt and Ât are forecasted components. 5
6 2.3 Linear regression Linear regression is an approach for modeling the relationship between a scalar dependent variable y and one or more explanatory variables denoted X. The case of one explanatory variable is called simple linear regression. For more than one explanatory variable, the process is called multiple linear regression.[5] The general form of a simple regression is: y i = β 0 + β 1 x i + ε i. The general form of a multiple regression is y i = β 0 + β 1 x 1,i + β 2 x 2,i + + β k x k,i + ε i, where y i is the variable to be forecast and x 1,i,,x k,i are the k predictor variables. Each of the predictor variables must be numerical. The coefficients β 0,, β k measure the effect of each predictor after taking account of the effect of all other predictors in the model. It could be useful especially in the context of time series analysis to take into consideraton dummy variables (also known as an indicator variable, design variable, Boolean indicator, categorical variable, binary variable, or qualitative variable). That is one that takes the value 0 or 1 to indicate the absence or presence of some categorical effect that may be expected to shift the outcome. If there are more than two categories, then the variable can be coded using several dummy variables (one fewer than the total number of categories). For example, suppose we are forecasting daily sales and we want to account for the day of the week as a predictor. Then we could use six dummy variables to code seven categories (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday) Dummy variables may also be used to account holidays and to remove effect of outliers. 2.4 ARIMA models ARIMA (Autoregressive integrated moving average) model provides another approach to time series forecasting. It is a generalization of an autoregressive moving average (ARMA) model[3] which in turn is a combination of the autoregressive and the m oving average model Stationarity A common assumption in many time series techniques is that the data are stationary. A stationary process has the property that the mean, variance and autocorrelation structure do not change over time. In other words they are flat looking series, without trend, constant variance over time, a constant autocorrelation structure over time and no periodic 6
7 fluctuations (seasonality). A stationarized series is relatively easy to predict: you simply predict that its statistical properties will be the same in the future as they have been in the past. If time series is not stationary we can transform it to stationary using differencing. [1] Autoregressive models In statistics and signal processing, an autoregressive (AR) model is a representation of a type of random process; as such, it describes certain timevarying processes in nature, economics, etc. In an autoregression model, we forecast the variable of interest using a linear combination of past values of the variable. The term autoregression indicates that it is a regression of the variable against itself.[4] The notation AR(p) indicates an autoregressive model of order p. The AR(p) model is defined as p X t = c + φ i X t i + ε i i=1 where φ 1,, φ p are parameters, c is a constant, and the random variable ε t is white noise Movingaverage models In time series analysis, the movingaverage (MA) model is a common approach for modeling univariate time series models. The notation MA(q) refers to the moving average model of order q [6]: q X t = µ + ε t + θ i ε t i i=1 where μ is the mean of the series, the θ 1,..., θ q are the parameters of the model and the ε t, ε t 1,...,ε t q are white noise error terms. The value of q is called the order of the MA model ARMA models The notation ARMA(p, q) refers to the model with p autoregressive terms and q movingaverage terms. This model contains the AR(p) and MA(q) models, p q X t = c + ε t + φ i X t i + iε t i i=1 i=1 7
8 2.4.5 Nonseasonal ARIMA model If we combine differencing with autoregression and a moving average model, we obtain a nonseasonal ARIMA model. ARIMA(p,d,q) model, where p = order of the autoregressive part; d = degree of first differencing involved; q = order of the moving average part. The full model can be written as y t = c + ϕ 1 y t ϕ p y t p + θ 1 e t θ q e t q + e t, where y t is the differenced series and it may have been differenced more than once Variations and extensions A number of variations on the ARIMA model are commonly employed. If multiple time series are used then the X t can be thought of as vectors and a VARIMA model may be appropriate. Sometimes a seasonal effect is suspected in the model; in that case, it is generally better to use a SARIMA (seasonal ARIMA) model than to increase the order of the AR or MA parts of the model. A seasonal ARIMA model is formed by including additional seasonal terms in the ARIMA models. 8
9 3 Summary Some common approaches in forecasting behavior of the time series were studied. 9
10 4 Future plans Get a deeper understanding of concepts of a time series analysis. Study more sophisticated methods for forecasting. For example, artificial neural networks. Apply different methods to the dataset to get practical results. 10
11 References [1] NIST/SEMATECH. NIST/SEMATECH ehandbook of Statistical Methods // [2] Rob J Hyndman George Athanasopoulos. Forecasting: principles and practice // [3] Wikipedia. Autoregressive integrated moving average // Wikipedia, The free encyclopedia. [4] Wikipedia. Autoregressive model // Wikipedia, The free encyclopedia. [5] Wikipedia. Linear regression // Wikipedia, The free encyclopedia. [6] Wikipedia. Movingaverage model // Wikipedia, The free encyclopedia. 11
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