Proposed model for forecasting demand for telecommunications services for the United States Navy.
Bailey, Rosalind T.
LaPatra, Jack W.
Poock, Gary K.
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The purpose of this thesis is to examine several forecasting models for predicting demand for telecommunications services. The research addresses the determinants of demand under different conditions and examines the decision makers choice in choosing one particular method as opposed to another. After reviewing and critiquing the models, the author proposes a number of considerations in constructing a model for use in addressing the demand for telecommunications services for the United States Navy.
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