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Differentiating between good credits and bad credits using neuro-fuzzy systems. (English) Zbl 1087.91515
Summary: To evaluate consumer loan applications, loan officers use many techniques such as judgmental systems, statistical models, or simply intuitive experience. In recent years, fuzzy systems and neural networks have attracted the growing interest of researchers and practitioners. This study compares the performance of artificial neuro-fuzzy inference systems (ANFIS) and multiple discriminant analysis models to screen potential defaulters on consumer loans. Using a modeling sample and a test sample, we find that the neuro-fuzzy system performs better than the multiple discriminant analysis approach to identify bad credit applications. Further, neuro-fuzzy systems have many advantages over traditional computational methods. Neuro-fuzzy system models are flexible, more tolerant of imprecise data, and can model non-linear functions of arbitrary complexity.

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91B30Risk theory, insurance
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