Box Jenkins (B-J) models

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  1. Mathematical models are commonly used for accurate, short-term predictions of strong time series data that show repetitive patterns and cycles of prediction. The BJ model requires at least one time series (with a hundred observations) to fit effectively and generally suicidal terms, dynamic averages and seasonal moving averages as well as seasonal differences. And add differential operators. After the American mathematicians George Box and Guillaume Jenkins popularized their 1976 book Time Series in analysis, analysis and prediction and control, they generally adopted the ARMA model and the ARIMA model. Known as

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