Efficiency of Authored Mixed Prediction Model with Application to the Labor Market

Monika Hadas-Dyduch


The aim of this article is to evaluate the prediction of time series using a model containing wavelets. The research hypothesis is: “Models that take into account wavelets are an effective tool for predicting employment”. To verify the hypothesis, an original model was devised. The model is based on wavelet analysis with Daubechies wavelets and an exponential alignment model. The exponential alignment model been appropriately modified by the introduction of wavelet functions. The results obtained show that a model that partially includes wavelets is an effective tool in the prediction and analysis of employment

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/emr.v7n1p46

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