Statistical modeling of overhead costs
Boger, Dan C.
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Five years of quarterly overhead costs at two major U.S. defense aircraft manufacturers were categorized according to the types of costs incurred. These categories of overhead costs were then modeling via regression analysis, using production and operating variables of the two contractors as independent variables. After adjusting the data for seasonal autocorrelation, excellent structural and predictive models of total over-head costs were obtained.
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