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Infrastructures: The Difficulty in Forecasting

  • John B. Kidd
  • Frank-Jürgen Richter

Abstract

In this brief chapter we wish to offer concluding remarks, and draw together some of the themes presented by our authors. First of all we think it ought to be simple to forecast … and thus create an adequately supportive infrastructure: but examples abound showing that large-scale forecasting is complex.

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© John B. Kidd and Frank-Jürgen Richter 2005

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  • John B. Kidd
  • Frank-Jürgen Richter

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