Dr. Huu Du Nguyen
He is a director of International Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science (IAD), Dong A University.
He was a reviewer for Journal of Testing and Evaluation, International Journal of Computational
Intelligence Systems. He has published more than 37 papers in peer-reviewed international journals and proceedings of international conferences. His research is related to reliability assessment, statistical process control, machine learning and deep learning.
Title: Forecasting and Anomaly Detection approaches using LSTM and LSTM Autoencoder techniques with the applications in supply chain management.
Making appropriate decisions is indeed a key factor to help companies facing challenges from supply chains nowadays. In this paper, we propose two data-driven approaches that allow making better decisions in supply chain management. In particular, we suggest a Long Short Term Memory (LSTM) network-based method for forecasting multivariate time series data and an LSTM Autoencoder network-based method combined with a one class support vector machine algorithm for detecting anomalies in sales. Unlike other approaches, we recommend combining external and internal company data sources for the purpose of enhancing the performance of forecasting algorithms using multivariate LSTM with the optimal hyperparameters. In addition, we also propose a method to optimize hyperparameters for hybrid algorithms for detecting anomalies in time series data. The proposed approaches will be applied to both benchmarking datasets and real data in fashion retail. The obtained results show that the LSTM Autoencoder-based method leads to better performance for anomaly detection compared to the LSTM-based method suggested in a previous study. The proposed forecasting method for multivariate time series data also performs better than some other methods based on a dataset provided by NASA.
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