Drake regression example with supplement

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Unformatted text preview: ISyE 3103 Supply Chain Modeling: Transportation and Logistics Spring 2006 Extra Regression Forecasting Problem This is an extra problem 1 provided for those of you who would like some additional practice in the mechanics of specifying regression models for forecasting. They will not count for any credit in your homework grade, but completing them would undoubtedly be good prepara- tion for the forecasting quiz and the exams. Question The following table gives the attendance at each Southwestern University (SWU) football games over the past six years. Game 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 1 34200 36100 35900 41900 42500 46900 2 39800 40200 46500 46100 48200 50100 3 38200 25300 43100 43900 33900 45900 4 26900 39100 27900 40500 44200 36300 5 35100 39100 39200 30100 47800 49900 We have some additional information that is known to affect the attendance. The second game of each season is homecoming, and the local area around the university holds an annual craft festival sometime between the third and fifth games of the season. The following table lists the game during which the craft festival was held each year. Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Game 4 3 4 5 3 4 1. Fit a linear regression model that can be used to predict the attendance at each game as a function of a linear trend (where t = 1 corresponds to game one from 2000) and the occurrence or non-occurrence of homecoming and the craft festival. State your estimated regression function....
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