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- Ensemble Classifier for Solving Credit Scoring Problems
- A Hybrid Meta-Learner Technique for Credit Scoring of Banks’ Customers
- Credit Scoring and its Applications
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The module will start by defining the concept of Knowledge Discovery in Data KDD as consisting of three steps: data pre-processing, data mining and post-processing. Next, we will zoom into the data mining step and distinguish two types of data mining: descriptive data mining e. The module will then illustrate how KDD can be successfully used to develop credit scoring applications, where the aim is to distinguish good customers from bad customers defaulters given their characteristics. The importance of developing good credit scoring models will be highlighted in the context of the Basel II and III guidelines.
Ensemble Classifier for Solving Credit Scoring Problems
Financial institutions are exposed to credit risk due to issuance of consumer loans. Thus, developing reliable credit scoring systems is very crucial for them. Since, machine learning techniques have demonstrated their applicability and merit, they have been extensively used in credit scoring literature. Recent studies concentrating on hybrid models through merging various machine learning algorithms have revealed compelling results. There are two types of hybridization methods namely traditional and ensemble methods. This study combines both of them and comes up with a hybrid meta-learner model. Moreover, this paper compares several versions of the proposed hybrid model by using various combinations of classification and clustering algorithms.
The goal of this paper is to propose an ensemble classification method for the credit assignment problem. The idea of the proposed method is based on switching class labels techniques. An application of such techniques allows solving two typical data mining problems: a predicament of imbalanced dataset, and an issue of asymmetric cost matrix. The performance of the proposed solution is evaluated on German Credits dataset. Skip to main content Skip to sections.
A Hybrid Meta-Learner Technique for Credit Scoring of Banks’ Customers
This paper compares the predictive performance of linear discriminant analysis, neural networks, genetic algorithms and decision trees in distinguishing between good and slow payers of bank credit card accounts. Predictive models were built using the evolutionary techniques and the results compared with those gained from the discriminant analysis model published in Crook et al. A range of parameters under the control of the investigator was investigated. We found that the predictive performance of linear discriminant analysis was superior to that of the other three techniques. This is consistent with some studies but inconsistent with others. Most users should sign in with their email address. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in.
Credit Scoring and its Applications
Paulo H. Ferreira 1. E-mail: phfs hotmail.
Ever wonder how a lender decides whether to grant you credit? These days, other types of businesses — including auto and homeowners insurance companies and phone companies — are using credit scores to decide whether to issue you a policy or provide you with a service and on what terms. A higher credit score is taken to mean you are less of a risk, which, in turn, means you are more likely to get credit or insurance — or pay less for it. Credit scoring is a system creditors use to help determine whether to give you credit.
Neural networks offer an alternative to numerical scoring schemes for credit granting and extension decisions. Applicant characteristics are described as input neurons receiving values representing the individuals' demographic and credit information. Jensen, H. Report bugs here.