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First we compute **Mean Absolute Error** (MAE) and Root-Mean Squared Error (RMSE) as follows: [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.

i])]] 2- The **Mean Absolute Error** (MAE) that are calculated by following equation: MAE = 1/n [n.

MFW Percent Error = MFW Error/PSA Volume x 100 PSM Percent Error = PSM Error/PSA Volume x 100 * **Mean absolute error** is the weighted average over the 12 months of the year of the absolute values of the errors for each month.

[15-17] [FIGURE 1 OMITTED] Performance Analysis The aim of the using network is to get high correlation coefficient (R) and lower **mean absolute error** (MAE).

Results Tables 3 and 4 show the **mean absolute errors** (MAEs) and the root mean square errors (RMSEs) (18) of the target forecast and the five alternative quarterly models laid out in equations 1-5.

The **mean absolute error** from "calculated to observed" was approximately 0.

The Treasury does not publish probability bands around its forecasts of the average surplus on the current budget or of public sector net debt (PSND), although it does publish the **mean absolute error** of its net borrowing projections one and two years ahead.