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|How to make plausibility-based forecasting more accurate
|© Springer International Publishing AG 2017. In recent papers, a new plausibility-based forecasting method was proposed. While this method has been empirically successful, one of its steps—selecting a uniform probability distribution for the plausibility level—is heuristic. It is therefore desirable to check whether this selection is optimal or whether a modified selection would like to a more accurate forecast. In this paper, we show that the uniform distribution does not always lead to (asymptotically) optimal estimates, and we show how to modify the uniform-distribution step so that the resulting estimates become asymptotically optimal.
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