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This paper describes the use of the non-homogeneous stochastic Weibull diffusion process, based on the two-parameter Weibull density function (the trend of which is proportional to the two-parameter Weibull probability density function). The trend function (conditioned and non-conditioned) is analyzed to obtain fits and forecasts for a real data set, taking into account the mean value of the process, the maximum likelihood estimators of the parameters of the model and the computational problemsdoi:10.3390/math8020160 fatcat:3ycyp3fpqvbdlgvxcef64xmmpm