Originally published in 1920 as the first of an annually updated series encompassing various countries, this book was compiled by the Modern Humanities Research Association in order to provide scholars with a bibliography of works on English language and literature published during that year. Both books and articles are included within the text, which was intended to incorporate 'all serious contributions to the subject'. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in linguistics, English literature and literary criticism.
In order to understand and interpret the soil properties of the site before any design is made, a 3D view is essential. This is because it enhances visualization of geotechnical properties in three dimensions and facilitates interpretation of the underground information. The major problem in geotechnical presentation is uncertainties due to prediction of soil properties in un-sampled areas. Field observations are usually spaced to minimize cost of drilling boreholes at each and every meter, hence; interpolation between these widely-spaced data points is done. In this research, geostatistics with R computing software was used in spatial interpolation of soil properties in un-sampled areas.
In The present book Chapter – I is an introductory one. It contains the general introduction about the problem of forecasting besides objectives and organization of the research.Chapter – II describes the various basic forecasting models such as Naive, Moving averages, Simple smoothing, Double moving averages and Double smoothing, triple smoothing and adaptive smoothing forecasting models. Chapter – III deals with the Adaptive, Filtering and Combination for forecasting techniques. Chapter – IV gives the need for exponential smoothing forecasting model along with model selection criterion. Chapter – V presents the presents the various autoregressive forecasting models such as ARMA, ARIMA and STARMA models with their link with dynamic linear models .Chapter – VI proposes some new forecasting techniques in econometrics. Chapter – VII epitomizes the conclusions based on the present book..Several relevant articles regarding the forecasting techniques have been presented under a separate title ‘BIBLIOGRAPHY’.