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Comparison of Support Vector Machine and Back Propagation Neural Network in Evaluating the Enterprise Financial Distress

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Comparison of Support Vector Machine and Back Propagation Neural Network in Evaluating the Enterprise Financial Distress
Recently, applying the novel data mining techniques for evaluating enterprise financial distress has received much research alternation. Support Vector Machine (SVM) and back propagation neural (BPN) network has been applied successfully in many areas with excellent generalization results, such as rule extraction, classification and evaluation. In this paper, a model based on SVM with Gaussian RBF kernel is proposed here for enterprise financial distress evaluation. BPN network is considered one of the simplest and are most general methods used for supervised training of multilayered neural network. The comparative results show that through the difference between the performance measures is marginal; SVM gives higher precision and lower error rates. KEYWORDS Enterprise Financial Distress, Support Vector Machines, Back-Propagation Neural Network, Gaussian RBF Kernel
Ming-Chang Lee, To Chang
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Updated 22 Mar 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where CORR
Authors Ming-Chang Lee, To Chang
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