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Cash Forecasting: An Application of Artificial Neural Networks in Finance

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Cash Forecasting: An Application of Artificial Neural Networks in Finance
Artificial Neural Networks are universal and highly flexible function approximators first used in the fields of cognitive science and engineering. In recent years, Neural Networks have become increasingly popular in finance for tasks such as pattern recognition, classification and time series forecasting. The ability to predict cash requirement within reasonable accuracy of actual demand provides target for supply optimization well in time. Every financial institution (large or small) faces the same daily challenge. While it would be devastating to run out of cash, it is important to keep cash at the right levels to meet customer demand. In such case, it becomes very necessary to have a forecasting system in order to get a clear picture of demand well in advance. This paper presents two neural network models for cash forecasting for a bank branch. One is daily model
PremChand Kumar, Ekta Walia
Added 12 Dec 2010
Updated 12 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2006
Where IJCSA
Authors PremChand Kumar, Ekta Walia
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